LOCK THE GATE: The Bogan with a Slogan posing out the front of Parliament House.
LOCK THE GATE: The Bogan with a Slogan posing out the front of Parliament House. Contributed

Bogan With a Slogan goes to parliament

THE Bogan with a Slogan has taken his Lock the Gate message all the way to the steps of Parliament House in Brisbane, risking his freedom in the process.

Christopher Horton has been on a journey from "Gracemere to Darwin" on his recumbent bicycle spreading his anti-mining message, but has taken some time off over Christmas to spend time with his family and watch his daughter graduate.

The daring activist wrote to The Bully about his happy snap with the government building writing, "fair chance I will end up in the watch-house next week, after photo-bombing Parliament House and attending Adani protest".

If you've seen our fearless bogan out and about, send us in a picture.

 


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