Social media has erupted in debate after Jacinda Ardern was seemingly booed at during the All Blacks v Wallabies Test at Eden Park.
As the announcer called for the Prime Minister to hand the Bledisloe Cup to captain Kieran Read, there was a noticeably loud amount of booing from the crowd.
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It's led to debate on social media about whether it is acceptable to boo a politician at a sports event.
"I was at the game she was booed 100 percent and she was uncomfortable. We were amazed - it was distinct," one person commented on Twitter.
While some Twitter users thought it was acceptable, others didn't agree.
"It says something about the character of the group booing," one person wrote.
Others argued it was Australian fans booing - and pointed out former Prime Minister John Key had been booed at sporting events too.