Police Looking For The Man Who Allegedly Assaulted Egg Boy

AUSTRALIA: Victoria Police is looking for the man who allegedly assaulted Egg Boy.

Victoria police has also released the photo of the man. They have tweeted the image and made an appeal to the public.

“Detectives are appealing for public assistance to identify a male involved in an assault in Moorabbin on 16 March.”

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https://twitter.com/VictoriaPolice/status/1115082708970033152

Will Connolly, 17, from Hampton, Melbourne, gained fame after he smashed an egg over Senator Anning in Moorabbin. 

He gained the popularity all across the globe and was dubbed as “Egg-Boy”. Social Media was full of his praise for his brave act.

The incident took place when Senator Anning giving his negative comments linking the Christchurch attacks to the migration of Muslims to New Zealand. Will Connolly who happened to be there cracked a raw egg on the head of the senator.

The video went viral over social media. The video showed

Will Connolly, the egg boy was tackled by a number of men. The police have suggested one man approached Connolly before assaulting him a number of times.

Police Spokeswoman said:

“While the 17-year-old boy was being held on the ground, another male has approached and kicked him in the body a number of times,”

Police have released an image of a man they believe may be able to assist with their inquiries.

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Will Connolly, gained international fame and his video went viral after he cracked raw egg on Anning head in protest.

Social media was full of praise and appreciated the teenager for standing up against the Senator.

Senator Anning had also hit the egg boy twice but he had confirmed through his lawyer that he will not be personally pressing any charges against senator nor the other man who had attacked him.

A GoFundMe was created to raise money for created to raise money for Connolly’s legal fees. The funding had reached over $80,000.

Connolly had confirmed that he would donate most of the money to victims of the Christchurch attack.

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