Police are called to a noise complaint about a rowdy Eid party but end up joining in the fun

Now it’s a party: Cops responding to a noise complaint about a rowdy Eid party JOIN IN – and even bust a few moves

  • Two NSW police officers have gone viral on TikTok by showing off dance moves
  • Were originally called to Eid celebrations in Sydney due to reports about noise
  • Officers ended up joining in the fun and have become viral sensation online 

Two New South Wales police officers have become a viral sensation online after showing off their wild dance moves at an Eid party while on duty.

The officers were called to the recent late night celebrations in Sydney after receiving reports of noise complaints from disgruntled neighbours.

The two officers instead ended up joining in the fun and dancing with at least three other guests in a heartwarming display of unity which later went viral on TikTok.

Footage shows a male and female officer donning tactical vests letting their hair down as Middle Eastern music blared in the background.

The male officer appears delighted at the chance to show off his groovy moves as he joyfully waves his hands in the air.

A guest is then seen dragging the officer’s blonde colleague into the festivities and linking arms with her as the pair danced.

The video has since gone viral on TikTok with more than 280,000 views and more than 1,200 comments within a week.

‘Came due to noise complaints, ended up Arab,’ the woman captioned the footage. 

Viewers were full of praise for the officers and described their response to the job as an outstanding example of community policing.

‘I actually love this. We never see police in this type of vibe,’ one woman wrote.

Another viewer added: ‘Great to see at the end they are human like us doing a job.’ 

A blonde police officer was captured dancing with guests after being called to Eid festivities following reports of a noise complaint

Others mocked the neighbours who complained about the noisy festivities.

‘It was a probably a Karen who complained,’ a viewer commented. 

Hundreds of thousands of Australians Muslims celebrated the end of Ramadan this week.

During Ramadan, Muslims fast during daylight hours and use the month as a period of introspection and communal prayer.

More than 604,000 Australians are Muslims and represent at least 2.6 per cent of the nation’s population, according to the 2016 census.

A police officer donning a tactical vest was more than happy to show off his dance moves

A police officer donning a tactical vest was more than happy to show off his dance moves

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Australians brace for FREEZING weekend with autumn sun to come to a halt in Tasmania, Victoria

Australians are bracing for the autumn sun to come to a sudden halt this weekend as a cold blast of air sweeps across the country and the mercury plunges to -5C.

The Bureau of Meteorology has warned a cold front is moving eastwards across the south-east coast – bringing icy, wet and snowy conditions to millions of residents.

The chilly conditions will last four days and affect New South Wales, South Australia, the ACT, Victoria and Tasmania, the bureau said.

Sub-zero temperatures are expected to hit Tasmania, with snow to hit areas with an elevation as low of 500m.

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The cold burst is expected to last the weekend with temperatures becoming more stable next week. Pictured: A snow-covered visitor to the Mt Buller resort in eastern Victoria this week

A cold front is moving eastwards across the south-east coast - bringing icy, wet and snowy conditions to millions of residents

A cold front is moving eastwards across the south-east coast – bringing icy, wet and snowy conditions to millions of residents

The bureau said snow will likely fall in Victoria and New South Wales in areas with an elevation of 700m and 900m respectively. 

Lower than average temperatures have been predicted for the next few days, as a trough and cold front cross the southeast.  

Luke Johnston from the Bureau of Meteorology told Daily Mail Australia the weather system would hit Tasmania the hardest.  

A Weatherzone temperature map showed a channel of cold air forecast to pass Tasmania on the western side at Saturday at 1pm.

But the meteorologist said the south-east of the mainland will share the same frontal system, with another cold front to hit on Sunday.  

‘The cold burst is going to last the weekend, but during next week things are becoming more stable and will be dominated by high pressure systems’, he said. 

A Weatherzone temperature map showed a channel of cold air forecast to pass Tasmania on the western side at Saturday at 1pm

A Weatherzone temperature map showed a channel of cold air forecast to pass Tasmania on the western side at Saturday at 1pm

The Bureau of Meteorology warned of a cold snap sweeping across the east coast this weekend, due to set in on Friday evening

The Bureau of Meteorology warned of a cold snap sweeping across the east coast this weekend, due to set in on Friday evening

Snow will likely fall in Victoria and New South Wales in areas with an elevation of 700m and 900m respectively. Sub-zero temperatures are expected to hit Tasmania, with snow to hit areas with an elevation as low of 500m

Snow will likely fall in Victoria and New South Wales in areas with an elevation of 700m and 900m respectively. Sub-zero temperatures are expected to hit Tasmania, with snow to hit areas with an elevation as low of 500m 

The first in a series of cold fronts crossed Victoria on Thursday, with further fronts hitting  early on Friday, Saturday and Monday. 

Victorians should brace for showers throughout the weekend, with moderate to strong winds and a potential thunderstorm to hit the south coast on Saturday.  

Residents in NSW and the ACT will need to rug up this weekend as a high pressure system near Western Australia continues to drift east.

‘A cold front will skim across the state’s south tonight and Friday, followed by a second front on Saturday bringing markedly cooler conditions to the region’, the Bureau said. 

Residents have been told to rug up this weekend as a 'wintery blast' travels towards parts of NSW. Pictured: an overcast Melbourne sky this week

Residents have been told to rug up this weekend as a ‘wintery blast’ travels towards parts of NSW. Pictured: an overcast Melbourne sky this week

Sydney will see temperatures dip below 10C over the weekend, as will Melbourne, Adelaide, and Hobart.

Canberra could see temperatures plummet as low as -5C in the CBD on Sunday as the cold front moves across the nation’s capital. 

The Northern Territory and Perth will see average temperatures throughout the week.

A 'blizzard' has lashed Australia's ski resorts on Tuesday night as the nation is plunged into an early winter

A ‘blizzard’ has lashed Australia’s ski resorts on Tuesday night as the nation is plunged into an early winter

The stormy weather experienced at the start of the week came as millions of Australians were plunged into an early winter. 

In the Bureau’s outlook for June to August, rainfall this winter is expected to be above average for most of inland Australia but will remain drier than average in western WA and northern QLD. 

Winter days are likely to be warmer in the north and the south, while winter nights are likely to be warmer than average across the country. 

Both Thredbo and Perisher ski resorts received a 10cm dump of snow at their village level alone, with much deeper powder at the top of the runs.

Temperatures fell to near zero, but even colder weather will see massive snowfall across the NSW snowy mountains over the weekend.

Experts are predicting a strong system moving across the area over the weekend, which could result in another huge snow dump to the area.  

THE WEEKEND FORECAST IN YOUR CITY

Sydney: 

Saturday – Min 10 – Max 18 – Mostly sunny 

Sunday – Min 7 – Max 18 – Sunny

Melbourne:

Saturday – Min 8 – Max 13 – Showers easing

Sunday – Min 8 – Max 13 – Mostly cloudy

Brisbane:

Saturday – Min 12 – Max 24 – Sunny

Sunday – Min 12 – Max 24 – Partly cloudy

Perth:

Saturday – Min 14 – Max 24 – Cloudy

Sunday – Min 15 – Max 27 – Cloudy

Adelaide:

Saturday – Min 10 – Max 17 – Cloudy

Sunday – Min 8 – Max 17 – Possible shower.

Hobart:

Saturday – Min 5 – Max 11 – Shower or two

Sunday – Min 6 – Max 14 – Shower or two

Canberra:

Saturday – Min 2 – Max 12 – Partly Cloudy

Sunday – Min -5 – Max 13 – Morning frost. Mostly sunny

Lane Cove, Sydney resident wakes up to find she’s $30million richer after scooping Powerball jackpot

Lucky Sydneysider wakes up to find she’s $30million richer after scooping Powerball jackpot – but INSISTS on still going to work today despite new multi-millionaire status

  • Woman from Lane Cove on Sydney’s lower north shore had only division one win 
  • Winning numbers in Thursday’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25, Powerball is 20
  • They were the only entry to claim the prize and match all eight lucky numbers 
  • Officials were unable to reach the winner on Thursday night to let them know  

An Australian has woken up to find she’s $30million richer after winning the jackpot in Thursday night’s Powerball draw – but still insisted on going to work on Friday.

The woman from Lane Cove on Sydney’s lower north shore held the only winning division one ticket and initially could not be reached by election officials bearing the good news. 

The winning numbers were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20.  

She missed the calls from the Lott after having an early night and only found out about her win over her cereal and coffee on Friday morning.

The winning numbers from Thursday night’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20. The $30million winner from Lane Cove on Sydney’s lower north shore has still insisted on going to work on Friday

The Sydneysider told officials ‘is this for real?!’ when they finally got through to her, but vowed to ‘power on’ and go to work despite winning the life-changing haul.

‘I’d seen the missed calls and wondered what was going on. Then I’ve just checked the app,’ she said.

‘I can’t believe it!

‘We were just having breakfast and getting ready to go to work. We’ll still go to work today – don’t you worry about that! We’ll power on!’

She admitted to having ‘butterfingers’ after discovering she had won and said she tried to play Powerball every week but had never come close to her haul from Thursday night’s draw.

She said the jackpot would make a ‘massive difference’ to her family but needed to finish her breakfast before deciding how she would spend her winnings.  

Earlier, The Lott said their calls to the woman went straight to answering machine. 

‘I was ready to confirm Powerball’s newest division one winner straight after the results… I called the number provided, it just rang out and went straight to message bank,’ Matt Hart from The Lott said. 

‘If you see a number of missed calls on your phone, you could be the winner we’re trying to contact,’ he said. 

‘You may not think it’s possible, but if you purchased an online entry into this week’s Powerball draw that you haven’t checked yet, you’re in with a chance.’ 

Five entries claimed the division two prize with each lucky winner taking home more than $100,000. 

Last month, a western Sydney man was one of two $40million Powerball winners, splitting the division one prize with a grandmother from Campbelltown. 

The newly-rich NSW or ACT man claimed a whopping $30million in Thursday nights draw, after matching all eight numbers, the only entry to do so

The winner missed calls from the Lott after having an early night and only found out about her win over her cereal and coffee on Friday morning

The Smithfield resident hadn’t even known he held a victorious ticket because one of the digits in the phone number The Lott had for him was incorrect.  

‘I didn’t know I’d won,’ the multi-millionaire said at the time.  

‘I’d heard there was another Powerball winner they were trying to contact.

‘I even said to my friend, ”we’ll never win, only old people win”.

‘They said you’d been ringing but I didn’t get a call. There was a digit wrong on my mobile number.’ 

The recipient of the other $40million told The Lott her grandson had predicted she was going to win the Powerball prize. 

‘I’m a bit gobsmacked. I’m in shock. I can’t believe it,’ she said. 

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Check your tickets: Hunt for lucky NSW Australian who won $30million jackpot in the Powerball

Check your tickets NOW: Hunt for lucky Australian who scooped $30million Powerball jackpot – and they’ll have a LOT of missed calls

  • NSW or ACT resident won whopping $30million in division one Powerball prize
  • They were the only entry to claim the prize and match all eight lucky numbers
  • Winning numbers in Thursday’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25, Powerball is 20 
  • Officials were unable to reach the winner on Thursday night to let them know  

One lucky Australian is an overnight multi-millionaire and they could still have no idea – with the sole winner of Thursday night’s division one Powerball draw yet to come forward. 

The only winning ticket in the $30million jackpot was purchased by a NSW resident online at The Lott but officials have been unable to reach them to give them the good news. 

‘I was ready to confirm Powerball’s newest division one winner straight after the results… I called the number provided, it just rang out and went straight to message bank,’ Matt Hart from The Lott said. 

‘If you see a number of missed calls on your phone, you could be the winner we’re trying to contact,’ he said. 

The winning numbers from Thursday night’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20

‘You may not think it’s possible, but if you purchased an online entry into this week’s Powerball draw that you haven’t checked yet, you’re in with a chance.’

The winning numbers from Thursday night’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20

Five entries claimed the division two prize with each lucky winner taking home more than $100,000. 

Last month, a western Sydney man was one of two $40million Powerball winners, splitting the division one prize with a grandmother from Campbelltown. 

The Smithfield resident hadn’t even known he held a victorious ticket because one of the digits in the phone number The Lott had for him was incorrect.  

‘I didn’t know I’d won,’ the multi-millionaire said at the time.  

‘I’d heard there was another Powerball winner they were trying to contact.

‘I even said to my friend, ”we’ll never win, only old people win.

‘They said you’d been ringing but I didn’t get a call. There was a digit wrong on my mobile number.’ 

The recipient of the other $40million told The Lott her grandson had predicted she was going to win the Powerball prize. 

‘I’m a bit gobsmacked. I’m in shock. I can’t believe it,’ she said. 

The newly-rich NSW or ACT man claimed a whopping $30million in Thursday nights draw, after matching all eight numbers, the only entry to do so

The newly-rich NSW or ACT man claimed a whopping $30million in Thursday nights draw, after matching all eight numbers, the only entry to do so

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One lucky Aussie wins $30million in the Powerball – here are the winning numbers

One lucky Aussie scoops $30million in the Powerball – here are the winning numbers

  • NSW or ACT man claims a whopping $30million in division one Powerball prize
  • He was the only entry to claim the prize and match all eight lucky numbers
  • Winning numbers in Thursday’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25, Powerball is 20

One lucky Australian has become an overnight millionaire after winning The Lott’s division one Powerball prize. 

The newly-rich NSW or ACT man claimed a whopping $30million after matching all eight numbers, the only entry to do so. 

The winning numbers from Thursday night’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20

Five entries claimed the division two prize with each lucky winner taking home more than $100,000. 

The winning numbers from Thursday night’s draw were 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 25 and the Powerball is 20

Last month, a western Sydney man was one of two $40million Powerball winners, splitting the division one prize with a grandmother from Campbelltown. 

The Smithfield resident hadn’t even known he held a victorious ticket because one of the digits in the phone number The Lott had for him was incorrect.  

‘I didn’t know I’d won,’ the multi-millionaire said at the time.  

‘I’d heard there was another Powerball winner they were trying to contact.

‘I even said to my friend, ”we’ll never win, only old people win.

‘They said you’d been ringing but I didn’t get a call. There was a digit wrong on my mobile number.’ 

The recipient of the other $40million told The Lott her grandson had predicted she was going to win the Powerball prize. 

‘I’m a bit gobsmacked. I’m in shock. I can’t believe it,’ she said. 

The newly-rich NSW or ACT man claimed a whopping $30million in Thursday nights draw, after matching all eight numbers, the only entry to do so

The newly-rich NSW or ACT man claimed a whopping $30million in Thursday nights draw, after matching all eight numbers, the only entry to do so

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Secret seaside spot hidden between rocks in Jervis Bay, NSW, dubbed best kept secret

Secret seaside spot hidden between rocks at the top of a cliff is dubbed Australia’s ‘best kept secret’ with incredible views – if you can find it

  • Katie Tuffery and her boyfriend tracked down a secret cave in NSW’s south coast
  • The hidden cave has been around since the 80s and was once used by fishermen
  • Ms Tuffery said it took two hours to get there and it was a dangerous climb up  

A young couple have stumbled across a hidden cave overlooking the ocean that’s been dubbed one of Australia’s ‘best kept secrets’.

Katie Tuffery, 28, and her boyfriend spent two hours trying to find the hidden spot nestled between rocks on the cliffside of Jervis Bay on New South Wales’ south coast.

After seeing videos of the secluded location on social media, the couple decided to make the daring trek up the coastline themselves – adding the climb was definitely worth it.

TikTok users replied saying it looked like the famed Fisho’s Hut, which is built into the cliffs of Beecroft Peninsular, but Ms Tuffery refused to divulge its location while local officials warn reaching it can be exceedingly dangerous

Once arriving at the cave, the couple found a table that had been setup overlooking the ocean

Katie Tuffery, 28, and her boyfriend spent two hours trying to find the hidden spot nestled between rocks on the cliffside of Jervis Bay, in New South Wales’ south coast

‘We were so scared but it was so refreshing when we found it because you can’t see it from up the top [of the cliff],’ Ms Tuffery told Daily Mail Australia.

‘We had to bend down and peak over the rocks but as soon as we saw it, it was just the best feeling.’

In footage shared to her TikTok, Ms Tuffery and her partner are seen sitting on a bench that had been setup in the cave.

The spot has been around since the 80s and was once used by fishermen but locals are trying hard to keep it a secret.

There’s a treacherous drop to the ocean below with any explorers urged to be careful when making their way through the rocks.

The cave has been around since the 80s and was once used by fishermen

For those lucky enough to track the cave down there's even a log book for adventurers to leave a message

For those lucky enough to track the cave down there’s even a log book for adventurers to leave a message

‘Ever since it has come up on social media people have vandalised it which is such a shame,’ Ms Tuffery said.

‘It is quite dangerous, my boyfriend had to help me down!’ 

For those lucky enough to track the cave down there’s even a log book for visitors to leave a message. 

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Desperate search for a 10-month-old baby last seen at a doctors surgery in Canberra

Desperate search for a 10-month-old baby last seen at a doctors surgery before being put in the back of a Isuzu wagon – as AFP join the hunt

  • Desperate search underway for missing 10-month-old baby from Canberra
  • Hoang Vinh Le was reported missing on April 9 outside a clinic in O’Conner 
  • The 10-month-old is believed to be with parents Lyn Kim Do and Hoang Thanh Le 
  • Mother, 21, and father, 28, believed to be in Liverpool/Bankstown area in Sydney

A desperate search is underway for a missing 10-month-old baby who was last seen being put in the back of a station wagon outside a medical practice in Canberra.

Hoang Vinh Le was reported missing on April 9 outside a clinic in O’Conner in the city’s north being loaded into an Isuzu MU-X Wagon with New South Wales registration CF 72 YI.

The Australian Federal Police have launched an urgent investigation into the child’s whereabouts, who is believed to be with his mother Lyn Kim Do, 21, and father Hoang Thanh Le, 28.

The pair, who are Vietnamese and Australia nationals, are believed to be in the Bankstown or Liverpool areas in Sydney’s west. 

Hoang Vinh Le was reported missing on April 9 outside a clinic in O’Conner in the city’s north being loaded into an Isuzu MU-X Wagon

The Australian Federal Police have launched an urgent investigation into the child's whereabouts, who is believed to be with his mother Lyn Kim Do (pictured)

The Australian Federal Police have launched an urgent investigation into the child's whereabouts, who is believed to be with his father Hoang Thanh Le (pictured)

The Australian Federal Police have launched an urgent investigation into the child’s whereabouts, who is believed to be with his mother Lyn Kim Do (left) and father Hoang Thanh Le (right)

The AFP and Federal Circuit Court of Australia are urging for public help into finding the baby or his parents, who they believe could have headed into the Temora area of New South Wales any time after April 9. 

Ms Do and Mr Le are also believed to have gone through the West Wyalong area in the NSW Riverina region.

Ms Do has been described as being about 150cm tall, with pale skin, black eyes and black shoulder-length hair. 

Mr Le is around 160cm tall with pale skin, black eyes, short black spiky hair, speaks with an Australian accent and answers to the name Sam Le.

The AFP want anyone with information about the whereabouts of Hoang, Ms Do or Mr Le to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Baby Hoang pictured with mother Lyn Kim Do before the 10-month-old's disappearance from a Canberra medical clinic in April

Baby Hoang pictured with mother Lyn Kim Do before the 10-month-old’s disappearance from a Canberra medical clinic in April

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Bumbag-wearing Range Rover driver mocks NSW Police cop for making ‘$55,000 a year’

Bumbag-wearing Range Rover driver mocks a cop for making ‘$55,000 a year’, boasts of owning two businesses and accuses him of being racist after being pulled over for ‘stolen goods’

  • The driver accused officer of pulling him over due to his skin colour and clothing
  • Footage showed motorist ridiculing NSW police officer over his annual salary
  • ‘I feel sorry for you brother making $55,000 a year,’ the Range Rover driver said
  • Said he ran two businesses – with the officer replying saying they were ‘dodgy’
  • Motorist said comment because he was wearing Nautica clothing and a bumbag

A Range Rover driver has mocked a police officer for his meagre salary and boasted of owning two businesses after being pulled over for allegedly possessing stolen goods.

Footage shared to TikTok showed the motorist ridiculing the young New South Wales police officer and suggesting he was only stopped because of the colour of his skin and the clothes he was wearing.

‘I feel sorry for you brother making $55,000 a year or something,’ the driver said.

‘It’s not that,’ the officer responded as he accused the man of being ‘uneducated’.

The man behind the camera then raised his guess to ‘$65,000 a year’, with the police officer’s facial expression suggesting he was closer this time.

‘At least I’m making something,’ the officer said.

‘Yeah well at least I’m earning two somethings,’ the man being pulled over responded, indicating he was making twice as much as the officer.

‘I’ve got two businesses brother.’ 

The officer replied by suggesting the man was running ‘dodgy businesses’.

‘That’s what you think because I’m wearing Nautica or a bumbag,’ the motorist said.

The indignant Range Rover driver then suggested the officer pulled him over because of his race. 

‘Why are you so argumentative?’ The officer asked him.

'I feel sorry for you brother making $55,000 a year or something,' the driver said

A Range Rover driver has mocked a police officer for his meagre salary in a video shared to TikTok

‘What have you stopped me for – stolen goods? Am I wearing a $100,000 watch or something,’ the man replied.

‘You’re picking on me because of my skin colour.’

The officer then asked the driver how the traffic stop could be racist when he was white. 

‘You’re white, I’m not white – you’re white brother,’ the man said.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted New South Wales Police for comment.

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New Zealand man reveals moment he starred in David Bowie’s ‘Let’s Dance’ music video in outback pub

How an unsuspecting Kiwi wanting a beer on a hot day ended up featuring in one of David Bowie’s most famous music videos filmed in Australia

  • Peter Griffin was 34 when he stopped by the Carinda Hotel in northern NSW
  • David Bowie was filming music video for ‘Let’s Dance’ at time Griffin was there
  • Mr Griffin was asked by the director to walk in front of the bar to feature in clip   

Nearly 40 years ago an unsuspecting New Zealander stumbled into an Australian outback pub only to find himself starring in one of David Bowie’s most famous music videos.

Peter Griffin, then 34, had been working at a sheep and cattle station in the rural town of Carinda in northern New South Wales on a hot day in 1983, when he decided to pop by the local pub for a beer.

He noticed the front door was shut and saw a mysterious fog coming out of the pub so he went around to the back.

‘There was David Bowie, lying against the wall, playing his music with half the town in the pub dancing,’ Mr Griffin, now 72, told Stuff.

Peter Griffin, then aged 32, is seen the red shirt in front of David Bowie for his music video for ‘Let’s Dance’ in 1983

The English rockstar had been in the midst of filming the video for his hit ‘Let’s Dance’ in the small town, which back then had a population of just 40 people.

‘I just walked in, got a beer. I was lying in the corner when the manager, who was directing the video, asked me if I wouldn’t mind just walking across the bar to the pool table,’ Mr Griffin said.

He said it was ‘pure luck’ that he featured in the video and was standing just a metre away from Bowie himself.

He’s easily spotted in his red shirt and mustache walking in front of the band and leaning against the wall with a schooner in his hand. 

Mr Griffin who is now aged 72 said it was 'pure luck' that he featured in the famous video clip when he stopped by the pub for a beer

Mr Griffin who is now aged 72 said it was ‘pure luck’ that he featured in the famous video clip when he stopped by the pub for a beer

Mr Griffin can be seen leaning against the wall behind Bowie during the video

Mr Griffin can be seen leaning against the wall behind Bowie during the video

He later returned to the pub and told a couple of women about who’d been there just weeks earlier with Mr Griffin saying they then started ‘kissing the wall and carrying on like idiots’.

The Carinda Hotel now celebrates their famous encounter with Bowie every year holding a festival in his honour.

Mr Griffin said he didn’t get to see his debut with Bowie for another two years after filming because he didn’t own a TV at the time.

He spent the next couple of decades living and working in Australia before returning to New Zealand a decade ago.

He now works as a truck driver in Marlborough on the south island but regularly makes trips across the ditch – including stopping by the famous Carinda pub. 

The Carinda Hotel now celebrates their famous encounter with Bowie every year holding a festival in his honour

The Carinda Hotel now celebrates their famous encounter with Bowie every year holding a festival in his honour

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Natalie Portman visits the Art Gallery of NSW with her mother Shelley

Natalie Portman flies under the radar in a pair of sunglasses as she visits art gallery with her mother Shelley in Sydney

She’s been living in Sydney, Australia with her husband and family while filming the new Marvel film, Thor: Love and Thunder.

And Natalie Portman is well and truly settling into life in Sydney, having spent the weekend with her mother enjoying the city’s local art scene. 

On Saturday, the 39-year-old was pictured with her mother Shelley, as they visited the Art Gallery of NSW together. 

Stepping out: Natalie Portman, 39, was spotted enjoying a low-key outing with her mother Shelley on Saturday as they visited the Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney 

Evading the prying eyes of the public, the famous twosome covered their faces with sunglasses.  

Natalie arrived at the gallery in a white T-shirt and denim shorts, but was later seen leaving the building in a frilly cream-coloured jumper. 

She showed off her natural complexion, appearing to go makeup free for the outing.

Feeling the chill: Natalie arrived at the gallery in a white T-shirt and denim shorts, but was later seen leaving the building in a frilly cream-coloured jumper

Feeling the chill: Natalie arrived at the gallery in a white T-shirt and denim shorts, but was later seen leaving the building in a frilly cream-coloured jumper

Souvenir shopping: While leaving the venue, Natalie was seen carrying a large white, following a stop at the gallery's gift shop

Souvenir shopping: While leaving the venue, Natalie was seen carrying a large white, following a stop at the gallery’s gift shop 

While leaving the venue, Natalie was seen carrying a large white, following a stop at the gallery’s gift shop.

She paired her look with oversized black sunglasses and wore her hair in a tight bun.

Meanwhile, her mother opted for a navy blue sweater, grey trousers and a pair of sunglasses.

Back in character: Natalie is reprising her role as astrophysicist Jane Foster in Thor: Love and Thunder, and her character will gain powers similar to Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth

Back in character: Natalie is reprising her role as astrophysicist Jane Foster in Thor: Love and Thunder, and her character will gain powers similar to Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth

Natalie has gone largely unnoticed in Australia, and appears to have fit in easily with the laid-back locals in trendy areas like Byron Bay and Bondi Beach.

The actress and her director husband Benjamin Millepied, along with their children Aleph, nine, and Amalia, four, have been Down Under since November last year.

She’s also been spotted in the grandstands at several football events recently.

Last month, Natalie attended an NRL game in Sydney alongside fellow A-Listers Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky.

Just like the locals: Natalie and her director husband Benjamin Millepied (pictured in 2019) have gone largely unnoticed in Australia, and appears to have fit in easily with the laid-back locals in trendy areas like Byron Bay and Bondi Beach

Just like the locals: Natalie and her director husband Benjamin Millepied (pictured in 2019) have gone largely unnoticed in Australia, and appears to have fit in easily with the laid-back locals in trendy areas like Byron Bay and Bondi Beach

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