Premier’s campaign bus cops a spray or two

Premier Mike Baird’s tour bus.
Premier Mike Baird’s tour bus. Twitter El Gibbsbluntshovels

VANDALS have struck Premier Mike Baird's campaign tour bus during an overnight visit to Katoomba.

Messages including "not welcome" and other symbols, including a crudely drawn male appendage, were scrawled on the side of the bus. The vehicle had originally been plastered with the Coalition's Keep NSW Working slogan.

The premier was in town to announce a $4 million tourism package for the Blue Mountains.

The Blue Mountains seat is held by the Liberals' Roza Sage on a 5.4% margin.

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