Creators of popular Australian Lamb ads unveil hilarious murals of state leaders eating together

Creators of popular Australian Lamb ads unveil hilarious murals of state leaders eating together

Australia’s political leaders have been hammered in a hilarious series of murals you will see touring around several major cities from today.

Meat and Livestock Australia – the organisation behind the wildly popular, annual lamb TV ads – has once again put state premiers and border closures and in its crosshairs by commissioning several digital murals that are bound to draw a national laugh.

As frustrations between premiers boil over, a mural showing NSW leader Gladys Berejiklian tucking into a lamb chop with her Queensland counterpart Annastacia Palaszczuk will be placed on billboard trucks in the Sydney CBD and Brisbane CBD – as well as the border town of Coolangatta.

Another mural illustrating Ms Berejiklian and Victorian premier Daniel Andrews feasting on the same piece of lamb will tour the NSW-VIC border town of Albury-Wodonga.

Camera IconVIC premier Dan Andrews and NSW leader Gladys Berejiklian. Credit: Supplied, Supplied by Australian LambCamera IconMs Berejiklian and QLD premier Annastacia Palaszczuk have had a war of words around border closures. Credit: Supplied

The murals took no prisoners, with another depicting Prime Minister Scott Morrison and WA premier Mark McGowan dining on lamb in a seemingly warm embrace.

That mural will be driven from Canberra’s CBD towards Parliament House. In WA, it will also be driven from Perth’s CBD to Fremantle and Cottesloe.

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