A ONE Nation polling booth volunteer has been left bleeding after an attack in Perth today.
Police are on the scene after the man was struck in what One Nation called a “racist attack”.
The incident took place at South Ballajura Primary School voting centre, in the Perth seat of Cowan.
One Nation Senator Peter Georgiou posted photographs on social media on Saturday of a man bleeding.
He said the volunteer had been targeted by a family of five in a “random racist attack”.
The man was allegedly called a “white dog”.
Police confirmed to AAP that police attended a “disturbance” at a polling booth in Ballajura but refused to elaborate on any injuries.
BREAKING | VOLUNTEER ATTACK
He was allegedly called a “white dog” and attacked by a violent family of 5.
Police are at the scene. pic.twitter.com/rJgnoTLV7z
— Sen. Peter Georgiou 🇦🇺 (@SenatorGeorgiou) May 18, 2019
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson had a bizarre confrontation with Cowan MP Anne Aly earlier in the week.
Senator Hanson expressed disappointment that Dr Aly had talked to a journalist about a private lunch the pair attended three years ago.
A confused Dr Aly questioned Senator Hanson’s timing, saying she had ample opportunity to raise the matter if she was unhappy.
Senator Hanson infamously wore a burqa in parliament as part of a stunt calling for a ban on the Islamic garment.