"It's a great country [Australia], but we've got to be responsible for our actions and it's certainly a bloody nanny state when it comes to what we can do. Lewis [Hamilton] has found out very quickly [when he was recently arrested by Australian police for dangerous driving]. I think we've got to read an instruction book when we get out of bed - what we can do and what we can't do ... put a yellow vest on and all that sort of stuff. It p***** me off coming back here, to be honest."It does seem strange, what has happened to Australia. In about 30 years it has gone from Crocodile Dundee to Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, and I'm still getting over the evening I had in Sydney with two men in a certain quarter, several years ago.
Mark Webber, Australia's premier F1 driver, and AngloAustria's Inaugural "Man of the Day"
As Webber has been away for a few years, it appears that he's noticing it too.
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