Angry protests met Pauline Hanson at a One Nation event in Paddington last night.
Hanson had invited locals to the Mount Hawthorn pub for "Pizza and Pots" to talk about tomorrow's state government elections, promising the first 100 attendees she would buy them a beer.
Anti-One Nation protesters congregated outside the venue, chanting against Hanson's anti-immigrant, anti-equal rights policies.
Check out the protests on this live video from the Pauline Hanson Please Explain Facebook page:
Despite reports that the crowd turned violent, the police said no arrests were made. Although they did issue two protesters with "move on" orders, .
Hanson has said she expects to win several seats for her One Nation party in the WA elections, although further controversy threatens this event as notable lawyer John Hammond said he believes buying the public beer and food transgresses electoral law against inducing voters.
One of the most controversial election campaigns will be resolved either way tomorrow when WA goes to the polls.