Aussie Senator-To-Be, Ricky Muir of the Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party, only received 11,390 first preferences of 0.52 votes, but he could be elected in the Victorian senate seat because of preference deals favouring the minor parties.
Little is known about Ricky Muir relevant experience for becoming a senator.
However, his claim to fame might be a YouTube viral video titled "Family Fight in Australia" in which Mr Muir was shown playing Kangaroo poo fight with friends.
In a report from Jonathan Swan, he said tha Mr Muir was recorded palying in a backyard kangaroo faeces fight.
Mr Muir had thick moustache and goatee in the video and was laughing while friends were throwing kangaroo faeces at each other.
The report from Mr Swan said that anyone watching the video can confirm that it were Kangaroo faeces being thrown because of Mr Muir's friend. In the video, the friend picks up a brown pellet and said, "This is kangaroo poo. Yum yum."
Mr Muir was then seen on the roof of a four-wheel drive spitting toward the direction of the camera. He was also seen pulling a friend's pants down and chasing friends with sticks.
Unfortunately for those who became interested about the video, it had already been made private and can no longer be viewed.
Mr Muir cannot be located for an interview up until this very moment.
The last activity seen from him was a Facebook post:
"We are the only species on the planet who are forced to pay to exist. I think it is fair to say we should have the right to enjoy our existence with minimal government interference. We are not here to just pay taxes and raise revenue. We have the RIGHT to express our individuality and freedom. Let's get a voice in the senate..... I am a Motoring Enthusiast and PROUD!"
Meanwhile, the Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party was already congratulating Mr Muir for winning the Victorian senate seat.
"Great news for the Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party...
At this point, the final count has not been completed, but our Victorian Senate Candidate, Ricky Muir is in the running to win the final Victorian seat.
Ultimately we have achieved our original goal of uniting the motoring community, and should Ricky be declared the winner at the end of the final count, he will certainly do us proud.
We support a balanced approach towards sustainability of the environment and the use of the environment, both for the survival of mankind and for the unimpeded recreational use of the environment."
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