Prime Minister Scott Morrison is getting mercilessly dragged online after someone in his office posted a cringeworthy meme to his social media accounts featuring lyrics from Fatman Scoop's extremely NSFW tune "Be Faithful".
Mr Morrison tweeted an 11-second clip from Question Time showing Coalition MPs raising their hands in unison, strangely edited to accompany the 2006 hip hop song Be Faithful by Fatman Scoop.
The suggestive lyrics were not included in the brief video, but the full song contains six uses of the word "f**k".
Song lyrics not featured in the video but well known to its devotees include the question "who fuckin' tonight", racially explicit terms: "To all my niggas that they hit it from the back / Who want to have sex with no strings attached".
Put your hands up if you have had to get your staff to delete a poorly thought-out hip hop video from your personal Twitter account after a fairly boring Question Time. When I found out, I asked the team to take it down.
The tweet was deleted about four hours after it was posted, and Mr Morrison apologised.
Mr Morrison's post garnered some 170,000 views with many users unable to believe what the PM had done.
While it is unlikely Morrison would have played any role in choosing the soundtrack or even considering what objective the clip might have served, the weird post will raise questions about his staffing arrangements and if his team is equipped for the job of working in the Prime Minister's office following his sudden promotion to the job.
But others dismissed such criticism as overblown, or saw a fun side. In the caption, Mr Morrison praised his colleagues as being "on fire today".