A man who asked Pauline Hanson a question on Q&A on Monday has again become the subject of an investigation by News Corp. Today’s Australian delves into the online activities of Khaled Elomar, who told Hanson on Monday night that her rhetoric had led to him feeling personally unsafe.
In a statement, the ABC told The Australian audience members were checked as much as practicable by producers on social media, and the audience list had been referred to the AFP and NSW Police.
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