Home of a respected economist is egged after climate activist shared his ...

Respected economist's home is egged after a wealthy climate activist from one of Australia's most privileged families posts his ADDRESS and a picture of his house online Economist's home was egged after wealthy climate activist shared his address The son of Australia's first billionaire also posted a picture of the home online Economist Brian Fisher said bullying was counter productive in a democracy

By Kelsey Wilkie For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:54 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 02:55 BST, 3 May 2019

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A highly respected economist's home was egged after a wealthy climate activist from one of Australia's most privileged families posted his address online.

The egging of Brian Fisher's Canberra home happened a day after he released his latest report into the possible economic outcomes of Labor's climate policy.

Simon Holmes a Court, the son of Australia's first billionaire, had posted on Twitter telling the media to 'send a camera crew around to film' Dr Fisher's offices. 

In the tweet, the clean energy activist also included Mr Fisher's his home address and an image of his house.

The son of Australia's first billionaire Simon Holmes a Court (pictured) posted Brian Fisher's Canberra home address on Twitter, telling the media to 'send a camera crew around to film' Dr Fisher's offices

The son of Australia's first billionaire Simon Holmes a Court (pictured) posted Brian Fisher's Canberra home address on Twitter, telling the media to 'send a camera crew around to film' Dr Fisher's offices

Economist Brian Fisher (pictured) was shocked to find his home address had been shared online, after which someone threw eggs at the house early on Thursday morning

Economist Brian Fisher (pictured) was shocked to find his home address had been shared online, after which someone threw eggs at the house early on Thursday morning

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