The question marks around Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s citizenship are beginning to swirl rapidly after photos have emerged of the former Tamworth accountant drinking long necks of New Zealand lager in a Far-South Brisbane bikie pub.

Witnesses say Barnaby was seen ordering a “bux of flaggins for his bros” before saying saying “churr” and asking the bartender how the Crusaders were looking this year.

Dominic Kingi, venue manager of the Silver Fern Tavern in Logan City, says that the Deputy Prime Minister often makes a point of visiting his establishment when coming into Brisbane.

“He usually comes through here on his way in from the bush, bro” said the manager in a thick south Auckland accent.

“I think he likes to lie low in the 4114 to get a break from politics and get a taste of back home. It’s hard being a Kiwi in this country. Sometimes you need to be around your own people”

“He used to come in here with that Greens Senator, Scott Ludlam, or whatever his name is. They wouldn’t even talk politics. Mainly just talk about the All Blacks before going out in to the car park for a few dots”

These revelations comes after Barnaby Joyce has today admitted that he has referred himself to the High Court following questions from Fairfax Media about whether the Deputy Prime Minister could be a dual citizen of New Zealand and ineligible for Parliament.

In shock developments at Parliament House on Monday, Mr Joyce became the latest victim of a worsening citizenship saga after extensive investigations revealed he inherited dual citizenship through his father, who was born in New Zealand.

Mr Joyce is yet to clarify whether or not he supports the All Blacks or The Wallabies, but his friends in South West Queensland say that they now have a lot of answers when it comes to his treatment of the sheep while working as a shearer in the late eighties.


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