A volunteer for Clive Palmer's United Australia Party has been fined after he allegedly exposed himself at a Bankstown polling place in western Sydney on Saturday morning.
Police confirmed a 62-year-old man was issued with an infringement notice for offensive conduct and moved on from the voting centre at Bankstown Public School shortly after 10am.
Officers were told the man "had been involved in a dispute with several other people", a NSW Police spokesman said.
"Police will allege the man then committed an offensive act in front of at least three women and one man. Police issued the man an infringement notice for offensive conduct and a move-on direction," he said.
Footage taken by SBS News showed police speaking with a man in a United Australia Party T-shirt. The party is running candidates in 150 out of 151 lower house seats.
A Labor volunteer at the booth, Marian Mourad, told SBS: "He was very problematic and he was aggressive and he started abusing me."
She said she reported the incident to a liaison officer who then called the police.
Mr Palmer is in contention for a Senate seat from his home state of Queensland. The UAP has been contacted for comment.
Bankstown is in the safe Labor seat of Blaxland, held by frontbencher Jason Clare.
- SMH/The Age