Aussies accuse Daniel Andrews and Anthony Albanese of staging BBQ because of one detail


Eagle-eyed Aussies notice one small detail in photo of Daniel Andrews and Anthony Albanese which they say proves the Labor heavyweights STAGED a BBQ together

  • Daniel Andrews and Anthony Albanese post a barbecue selfie in Melbourne
  • Twitter users claimed the photograph was staged because of one small detail 
  • The two Labor leaders are ‘great mates’ and announced a major election promise










Two Labor leaders have copped a grilling from eagle-eyed Twitter users, claiming the pair staged a barbeque for a campaign-style photo op.

Great mates Daniel Andrews and Anthony Albanese fired up some sirloins when the pair met in Melbourne on Saturday, but some commenters who looked a little closer started a beef with the two over a small detail in the selfie.

When zoomed in, the meat does not appear to have any char marks from the Barbeque grill leading many to believe the photo was a ‘fake’.

Great mates Daniel Andrews (right) and Anthony Albanese (left) fired up some sirloins when the pair met in Melbourne on Saturday, but some commenters who looked a little closer started a beef with the two over a small detail in the selfie

‘If those steaks were cooked on that barbeque, how is it so clean? Where are the grill lines? Why is it off?’ one person wrote.

Another said: ‘Embarrassingly staged! Anyone who has ever barbecued a steak on a grill, knows that these steaks were NOT cooked on that grill. Pathetic.’

Others remarked that the pair were not dressed for Saturday afternoon barbeque as Mr Albanese was in a suit and Mr Andrews in a shirt and jumper.

But supporters of Mr Andrews and the Labor opposition leader argued the two ‘men of integrity’ would never do such a thing.

They said no flames could be seen because of a very logical explanation.

‘Sounds like you have never heard of resting your steak!’ one person wrote.

Another said: ‘This puts a smile on my dial! This is what Australia needs!’

‘What a great photo. Not staged. Just two mates enjoying a BBQ,’ a third added.

When zoomed in, the meat does not appear to have any char marks from the Barbeque grill leading many to believe the photo was a 'fake'.

When zoomed in, the meat does not appear to have any char marks from the Barbeque grill leading many to believe the photo was a ‘fake’.

Albo made the trip down from his Grayndler electorate in Sydney at a time when the stakes have never been higher as a federal election looms early next year.

While travelling in Victoria over the weekend, Mr Albanese pledged a federal Labor government would partner with the Victorian state to upgrade Barwon Heads Road from Geelong to the southeast edge of Port Phillip Bay.

He promised ‘more local jobs, quicker commute times, and a better life for people on the Bellarine’.

At the same time the pair were supposedly working the tongs, a major anti-lockdown, and vaccination protest was being carried out in the centre of Melbourne with demonstrators shouting ‘sack Dan Andrews’.



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