Taiwan lawmakers has stirred up debate online after they threw punches and water balloons at themselves over reform policies and pension cuts when it President Tsai Ing-wen first took office four years ago.
A lawmaker from the incumbent Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) was recorded on camera throwing a punch at an party member during a vote on chosen one Chen Chu.
Kuomintang (KMT) administrators later tossed water inflatables at the speakers' podium, compelling their DPP associates to wear plastic waterproof shells and hold up cardboard shield.
Trouble started over the nomination of the head of a top government watchdog.
Nigerians has so far has taken to their Twitter account to react to the news.
See replies obtained from Channels TV status on Twitter.
"They’ve watched too many tutorials from Nigerian lawmakers"
"Maybe their are debating how Nigeria can start importing Taiwan rice again and one of them is not believing that will be possible."
"I think say na only Nigerian Parliament wey take get Children in adult skins as Lawmakers oooo"
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