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Liberal-National Party’s head office is covered in red and blue paint by vandals 

‘Go and get a job’: Liberal-National Party’s head office is covered in red and blue paint by ‘gutless vandals’ disguised with balaclavas

  • The Liberal-National Party’s head office was targeted at around 2am on Friday
  • Red and blue paint was thrown over the entry, and the door filled with spakfilla
  • The LNP campaign director commented on the vandal’s lack of ‘artistic talent’

Police are investigating vandals who defaced the office of a major conservative political party, smearing paint across the building and lining the door with foam filler.

The Liberal-National Party’s head office in Spring Hill, Brisbane, was targeted at around 2am on Friday morning by four people in balaclavas, Brisbane Times reported.

Red and blue paint was splashed all over the building, and the word RESIST! was sprayed in blue on the pavement outside.

The Liberal-National Party’s head office in Spring Hill, Brisbane, was targeted at around 2am on Friday morning by four people in balaclavas. Red and blue paint was splashed all over the building (pictured)

They also filled the door with paint filler. 

LNP campaign director Lincoln Folo commented on the vandal’s lack of ‘artistic talent’.

‘It looks like four guys with face coverings and no artistic talent whatsoever,’ he said. 

‘We’ve just had an election and the people of Queensland overwhelmingly spoke and agreed with our agenda.’

Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington said on Twitter that the LNP would not be ‘bullied by some gutless vandals’.

The word RESIST! was sprayed in blue on the pavement outside, and the door was lined with spakfilla (pictured)

The word RESIST! was sprayed in blue on the pavement outside, and the door was lined with spakfilla (pictured)

She also told The Courier Mail the vandals were ‘low-lives’ who ‘should go and get a job’.

A police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia the matter is being investigated.

‘Police were called before 9am this morning to investigate a case of willful damage,’ she said.

‘We believe the CCTV cameras may have been damaged during the attack, but we currrently have no evidence to suggest who the culprits were.

Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington said on Twitter that the LNP would not be 'bullied by some gutless vandals' (pictured)

Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington said on Twitter that the LNP would not be ‘bullied by some gutless vandals’ (pictured)

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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