Rogue former Liberal MP Craig Kelly has irritated Australians around the country after inundating them with unsolicited text messages throughout the week.
Spam text messages were received by thousands of Aussies from the United Australia Party member sparking concerns over how the MP had access to their phone numbers.
One of the text messages from the Member for Hughes has emerged on Saturday claiming to report adverse reactions to Covid-19 jabs.
'Australian Government's Covid-19 Vaccines Adverse Events Report,' the text message reads which contains a link directing recipients to a UAP website.
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Craig Kelly has sent another round of unsolicited text messages to Australians claiming to promote the adverse reactions of Covid-19 drugs (pictured)
The site appears to contain a list of adverse reactions from three covid vaccines claiming to be from the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).
It is understood the link does not direct the recipient to the actual TGA website.
Sparking public outrage online, the recent text message is being slammed for distributing 'misleading' information, with a Melbourne Doctor taking to Twitter to criticise the MP.
'So odious Craig Kelly is sending text messages to scare people off vaccination now. Note I had blocked their number after the last unsolicited text message,' Dr Shaun wrote.
A Melbourne Doctor has slammed Mr Kelly on Twitter for attempting to 'scare people off vaccination' (pictured)
The former Liberal MP-turned-UAP member (pictured) was slammed on Saturday for appearing to promote vaccine hesitancy
'Driving vaccine hesitancy while people are on ventilators and dying from Covid in this city. They should be ashamed.'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'Next round of Craig Kelly texts out here promoting vaccine hesitancy. If we had a code of conduct and donation laws maybe Clive Palmer wouldn't be able to bankroll this auspol spam,' Tweeted another.
'Who's paying for Craig Kelly's vaccine misinformation SMS messages that have been sent out en masse? Clive Palmer? Does he have to