We’re use to political spin, but this is really something else.
If the marble table that met it’s end at Tony Abbott’s post-Prime Ministerial blow out is anything to go by, Australian pollies really love to let loose.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, a man widely accepted as enjoying a pint or two, also bloody loves to dance, it seems.
Here he is twirling up a storm on the dance floor during his visit to the island republic of Kiribati (courtesy of the ABC, of course):
He just looks so happy. :’)
Mr Shorten is currently visiting Pacific island nations to discuss the very real impact of climate change in the region and has already been to Papua New New Guinea and the Marshall Islands, according to ABC News.
“Your story, the story of your country can help the whole world face up to the challenge of climate change and accept responsibility for a response that will help those most in need, first of all,” he said during a speech directed at Kiribati’s president Anote Tong.
“This is one of the reasons my friends and I are here – we want to help raise awareness and build a case for international action.”