Pauline Hanson has defended her latest stunt in the Australian Senate, saying she "opened up debate".
The Australian One Nation Party leader walked into parliament wearing a burqa.
Ms Hanson says she had the idea for months and wanted her fellow politicians to take the "issue" of rising Islam seriously.
Many condemned her actions, including Attorney-Genery George Brandis, who was quick to call out Ms Hanson's stunt as "appalling".
Mr Brandis received a standing ovation from the house.
What did you make of the stunt? Was it appropriate?
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