Police have appealed for public help to identify a man who allegedly repeatedly kicked the 17-year-old boy who egged Queensland senator Fraser Anning.
The Melbourne teenager was filmed breaking an egg on Senator Anning’s head at a political meeting in Melbourne’s south-east last month, before he was struck by the Queensland senator and restrained by his supporters.
Police want to identify a man who they believe kicked the teen while he was being held down on the ground.
“While the 17-year-old boy was being held on the ground, another male has approached and kicked him in the body a number of times,” a police spokeswoman said.
Police have released an image of a man they wish to speak to.
Last week the far-right senator was censured by the Senate for a statement he issued following the Christchurch mosque attacks, linking the massacre to immigration.
Police are urging anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.