Americans are used to politicians making passive-agressive comments about their opponents and dodging questions on Meet The Press, so the shouting matches that take place during other countries' parliamentary proceedings seem oddly sensible — until legislators start cat-calling each other. Incredibly, just one month after Liberal David Bushby meowed at Finance Minister Penny Wong, a politician from the Labor party made the same noise at another woman. And that's not all: Apparently shouting sexist cat references at female MPs is a "thing."
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