Former Prime Minister of Australia Tony Abbott, whose term as head of government ended in September of this year, is willing to pay for a marble coffee table, after a split which took place in his office a farewell party.
About it writes on Monday, October 19, the website of the TV channel ABC.
Sources in parliamentary circles told the journalists that such damage could occur as a result of dance, performed on the Italian marble countertop.
Abbott said he is responsible for all that happened to set up in his honor to the party, and requests the Department of parliamentary services to send him the bill for the broken table, which was purchased in the 80-ies of the last century for 590 US dollars.
We will remind that on September 15 this year, billionaire Malcolm Turnbull, elected earlier by the Prime Minister, took the oath and assumed the duties of the President.
Over the last five years in power in Australia had five Prime Ministers – labour’s Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard, and Kevin Rudd, the liberals Abbott Tony and Malcolm Turnbull.