‘If they don’t like it, stuff them’: Farmer gives a hilarious response as he refuses to put out his cigarette after journalist asks him to extinguish it
- A cattle drover from Queensland declined a journalist’s request to stop smoking
- He replied in true blue Aussie fashion and said ‘If they don’t like it, stuff them’
- Royce Bridges has been leading a 1000-strong cattle drive in search of feed
- Fellow Australians are praising the farmer and calling him their ‘spirit animal’
A farmer has refused a journalist’s request to put out his cigarette with a hilarious response.
Royce Bridges, cattle drover from central Queensland, was asked by a reporter if he could take a cigarette out of his mouth.
‘Mate I smoke. If they don’t like it, stuff them,’ he replied.
Queensland cattle drover Royce Bridges (pictured above) told a journalist that if people don’t like him smoking ‘stuff them’
Viewers found the drover hilarious and one said, ‘This bloke is my spirit animal’
Another commented: ‘That is gold!’
Bridges was in the process of leading a heard of over 1000 cattle through Blackwattle, a town in central Queensland.
He had spent 11 months walking over 300,000 kilometers through the drought-stricken state in search of feed.
Bridges, along with with three other drovers, was leading a cattle drive through towns in central Queensland, the likes of which had not been seen for 30 years.
He said that people were friendly and welcoming to the heard of animals, ‘They all want to come and have a look, they’ve probably never seen it before.’
Bridges has been leading a 1000-strong cattle drive across central Queensland (stock image)