Scott Morrison delivers his losing message via video call from Hawaiian beach

After losing the election, Scott Morrison, no longer the Prime Minister, delivered his losing message to the country via a video call. The Australian public initially questioned why he was not issuing a message in person from Cook (his electorate), and were skeptical of Mr Morrison's antics. Many were quick to point out that the tropical background he was using wasn't virtual but in fact a real beach in Hawaii, noting the lei around his neck and mimosas on a table behind him as concrete evidence to their suspicions. He ended his message with 'aloha', and muttered the word 'economy' under his breath a few times as he disconnected from the call.