During a speech last night, British Prime Minister David Cameron did an impersonation of his Australian counterpart that was so bad it has made international news.
At the annual Lord Mayor's Banquet in London, Cameron recounted how Australian PM Julia Gillard described their recent meeting as "good news for Sheilas everywhere". Despite admitting before hand "I can't quite do the accent", the impression got a big laugh and even applause from the audience in the hall. However, over night the Australian press has picked up on it and are not quite as kind.
The Sydney Morning Herald described the impersonation as "bizarre", whilst an article on Australian news site News.com.au, called it "perhaps one of the worst Aussie accents in history", and even claimed that "it's so bad it could cause a diplomatic row".
Watch the clip below to judge for yourself quite how good or bad David Cameron's Aussie accent is.