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Metrosexual Al Qaeda Aussie Faces Twitter Backlash Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Fri, Sep 12, 2014, 12:28 AM

28-years-old art director Jarryd Zankovic, who bears a remarkable resemblance to an al Qaeda Islamist with metrosexual inclinaions, gave an interview to B&T to discuss his grooming habits. However, his comments sparked a storm of social media mockery in the 'Land Down Under.' 

The Brisbane Times reports that, "Move over Bondi Hipsters, you've been replaced by a man from Surry Hills as "Australia's biggest wanker" according to the internet. After 28-year-old art director Jarryd Zankovic gave an interview to advertising and marketing industry publication B&T Magazine, his comments about personal style were posted and then widely criticised on social media sites."

Zankovic is quoted as saying that, "I get called a hipster, but I f..king hate that description. But you know... beard, no socks, drop crotch – which is really comfortable, especially for a dude who has a bit going on between this legs."

According to the Brisbane Times, "A photo of the story featuring the acclaimed art director – dressed in low slung pants and a blazer accessorised with a pocket square – was uploaded to Reddit under the headline: "I think this guy just won 'Australia's Biggest Wanker'" and has attracted more than 570 comments, mostly negative, in less than 24-hours."

B&T continues to support their favorite al Qaeda metrosexual and have launched a Twitter campaign to defend him.

To read the entire article from the Brisbane Times, link here:

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