Previous Prime Serve Tony Abbott pummels down a brew at the footy

Previous Prime Serve Tony Abbott excited a pressed swarm at a nearby football coordinate by bringing down a beer, be that as it may not everybody was impressed.
The Liberal backbencher was asked to hammer his drink at Sydney’s Masculine Oval as the Warringah Rats took on the Masculine Marlins in the NSW Shute Shield on Saturday.
To the rehashed salud of ‘Tony’, Mr Abbott wrapped up the can in around 14 seconds, scowling as he took his last mouthful.
‘He’s still wrapping up the lager as we speak,’ one remarked on the video, while another wrote: ‘Weak exertion yet gold anyway.’
Others recommended Mr Abbott’s can was ‘probably empty’, while another noted: ‘You’ll never be Sway Hawke’.
Mr Abbott afterward took to Twitter to celebrate the Marlins’ win against their arch-rivals.
‘Great to be among the 5000+ swarm – Rugby was the winner,’ Mr Abbott wrote.
Mr Hawke, who broadly crushed the beer-skoling world record amid his days at Oxford University, has lived up to his notoriety over the years.
In January, the previous prime serve pummeled down a ale to the thunder of the swarm at the fifth Fiery debris Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
While the 88-year-old’s exertion may not have broken any records, a monstrous praise broke out around the ground as he brought down the brew to a standing ovation.
Mr Hawke too pummeled down his ale amid the Sydney test in 2012, what’s more, once more in 2014 what’s more, 2017.
In 2012, he was broadly given a brew by a cricket fan what’s more, was recorded crushing it in front of a boisterous crowd.

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