Please explain? Pauline Hanson admits she’s ‘lost her touch’ 24 years after owning a fish and chip shop as she MELTS her tongs in cooking fail
- Pauline Hanson shared embarrassing cooking faux pas to Facebook on Monday
- One Nation leader left heat on stove top and melted tongs into her frying pan
- Commenters joked about her famously owning a fish and chips shop in the past
Pauline Hanson has suffered a cooking fail which cost her a pair of tongs, and admitted she has ‘lost her touch’ since her days running a fish and chip shop.
The One Nation leader shared images to her Facebook page on Monday night showing the aftermath of leaving the utensil in the pan and forgetting to turn the heat off.
‘WHOOPS – Dinner was delicious, but I forgot to turn the flame off and burnt the tongs,’ she wrote.
Pauline Hanson has shared her embarrassing cooking faux pas melting cooking utensils into a fry pan while attempting dinner
The One Nation leader shared images to her Facebook page on Monday night showing her tongs had melted into the pan after accidentally leaving the heat on her stove top
The One Nation leader, who famously used to own a takeaway shop in Ipswich in the 1990s, made fun of herself in her replies to people mocking her for the mistake.
‘Those old fish and chip days didn’t come frying back,’ one commenter said.
’24 years on from owning the shop, maybe I’ve lost my touch,’ Ms Hanson replied.
The post went viral, receiving 13,000 likes and more than 3,000 comments including some from her colleagues and ministers.
‘Don’t know if you’re allowed in my galley now after seeing this, James will have to supervise you now,’ one of her friends commented.
‘You will have to try my ice cream, Nigel. I’ve been making jam from the mulberries on the weekend and using it in my ice cream machine,’ Ms Hanson answered.
Others shared their similarly embarrassing stories, with one mother admitting she melted her baby’s bottle.
‘I’ve melted baby bottles when sterilising them back in the day, the smell of burnt plastic lingered for days,’ the woman replied.
Hanson shared the images of the tongs melted into the pan with the plastic ends having liquified
Last week Hanson, who has refused to take a Covid-19 vaccine, accused the Queensland Government of taking away freedom and accused Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk for wanting to ‘control’ people.
‘People talk about freedom – ”we’re going to give you your freedom”. Well it wasn’t yours to give away, it’s control of the people,’ she told Canberra radio 2CC.
Ms Hanson referred to reports earlier this month that an undisclosed number of Queensland Police officers had left the force because they refuse to get vaccinated.
‘Three hundred police have walked away, we’ve got more in the nursing profession who will not have this vaccination,’ she said.
‘People’s rights to their freedoms have actually been denied by the Government, the politicians who are controlling people.’
On Monday the Queensland Premier (pictured) announced fully vaccinated arrivals from Covid hotspots will be allowed to home quarantine from November 19 and enter without any quarantine from December 17
The 67-year-old, who has declined to turn up to Parliament in Canberra this month, said she doesn’t want to leave Queensland as long as quarantine is enforced.
‘Besides, no thanks I’ve said it before, going into lockdown for two weeks – it’s not happening,’ she said.
Even after the border rules relax, Ms Hanson said she would be nervous that they may change at any time.
‘I wouldn’t trust the totalitarian government we have up here who just changes at her will whatever she wants to do to the people of Queensland,’ she said, referring to Premier Palaszczuk.