A man who protested against the monarchy has been kicked out of South Australia’s Governor’s Palace.
A video posted on social media shows a man being kicked out of Adelaide’s government building by three police officers at 11:30 on Thursday morning.
The man was reportedly banished because he had a sign that read “ABOLISH THE MONARCHY” in his condolences to Her Majesty the Queen.
The man, who was filmed being escorted from the compound, admitted to writing the phrase in a book.
He is currently talking to police, 7 News reported.
The protests came at the same time Prime Minister Anthony Albanese gave a speech in Canberra honoring the Queen after her death two weeks ago.
The man has been banned from government buildings for the next 24 hours.
Several people on social media endorsed him, with one calling him a “hero.”
“I like him,” wrote one woman.
Others, however, were quick to criticize his protests, with one man calling him a “scumbag.”
“I respect his opinion, but in a condolence book?”
SA Police have been contacted for comment.
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