Weird video reveals Barnaby Joyce swearing on cellphone on footpath

Barnaby Joyce’s spouse has damaged her silence after her husband was discovered mendacity on a footpath mumbling into his cellphone after darkish in Canberra.

The previous deputy prime minister has declared he’s ashamed and “embarrassed” after video emerged the place he seems barely drained and emotional.

The shock incident involving Mr Joyce occurred near an residence he owns in Braddon the place the mom of his kids Vicki Campion was photographed 5 years in the past whereas she was pregnant.

The weird footage, obtained by Every day Mail Australia, information the Nationals frontbencher mendacity on the footpath in Canberra late at night time whereas mumbling “lifeless f**king c***” into his cellphone.

However his new spouse Ms Campion, who confirmed he was on the cellphone along with her on the time, stated the tough phrases weren’t directed at her.

“No I feel he was calling himself one, he likes to self flagellate,” she advised

Mr Joyce lately hit the headlines once more after he described former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull as a “sh*thead” in an ABC documentary.

The video was first obtained by Every day Mail Australia and captures Mr Joyce at 11.36pm on Wednesday night time, the standard night the place MPs get off work early to have dinner and hit the pub.

Witnesses declare the MP had been sitting on a big pot plant whereas chatting on the cellphone earlier than he fell off and began swearing into the cellphone.

Within the video that was recorded by a bystander, he’s sporting the identical blue and white tie worn throughout Query Time in Parliament Home earlier that day.

Mr Joyce and the previous Deputy Speaker Llew O’Brien have been compelled to stage a strategic retreat from a Canberra pub in Braddon three years in the past after the pair stated they have been harassed by “Irish backpackers”.

Mr Joyce and his good friend Mr O’Brien, a former Queensland cop, deny being thrown out of the pub.

Nevertheless, the pair have revealed they have been compelled to make a swift exit earlier than issues escalated with a bunch of “loud” Irish backpackers.

“No, no, it was actually nothing to do with me,” Mr Joyce advised

“Somebody was being impolite to Llew. What occurred (was) there have been Irish backpackers and so they have been being loud and I believed, ‘Let’s get out of right here’.”