Footage of the incident shows a 17-year-old boy calmly walk up behind the Senator, pull out his phone and start recording before smashing an egg over his head in protest of the controversial comments.
A rabidly anti-Muslim politician in Australia is facing widespread denunciation after immediately blaming a Friday mass shooting in New Zealand - which killed more than 40 people at two local mosques - on the Muslim faith and Muslim immigration.
Australian Muslims have been warned to be extra vigilant following the "terrorist" shooting massacre of worshippers in New Zealand.
"However, police have increased patrols and senior officers have also reached out to community and religious leaders across the State to provide support and reassurance", a spokesperson said in a statement.
Anning went on to criticize "left-wing politicians and the media" who he said will rush to blame "gun laws or those who hold nationalist views, but this is all clichéd nonsense".
"Those views have no place in Australia, let alone the Australian Parliament", he said in a Facebook post.
'Australians will be utterly ashamed of this racist man.
"This act of terror on innocent worshippers is an atrocity and we grieve with the victims and their families", Dr Jneid said in a statement on Friday. "He does not speak for our parliament or our country". I H Kauser said in a statement that unity against bigotry was critical at this sad time.
Anning also issued a number of tweets on the subject, including one in which he asked whether people still disputed "the link between Muslim immigration and violence".
My warmest sympathy and best wishes goes out to the people of New Zealand after the awful massacre in the Mosques.
"You are just appalling", wrote another.
About 60 people attended the meeting in an industrial part of the suburb at which Senator Anning spoke.
In another tweet he doubled down saying Friday was not an "excuse" to forget lives lost to "Islamic terrorist attacks".