Keira MP Ryan Park was booted from the chamber and Noreen Hay's drinking habits became the butt of jokes in a fiery afternoon in NSW Parliament on Thursday.
South Coast MP Shelley Hancock, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, presided over an entertaining session in which she ejected half a dozen Labor MPs for unruly behaviour.
Ms Hay, the member for Wollongong and Opposition Whip, took the microphone to protest a technicality as Transport Minister Andrew Constance did not resume his seat while a point of order was being taken.
Rising to his feet, Mr Constance retorted that "the worst thing about [Leader of the Opposition] Luke Foley making Noreen Hay whip is that she doesn't get to leave at 3 o'clock every day".
"It means that happy hour now starts half an hour later, doesn't it, Noreen?" he continued, to laughs from his party and jeers from the opposition.
Deputy Opposition Leader Linda Burney was then asked to leave the chamber after calling Mr Constance "rude".
"That is rude, you are rude. He is just rude," Ms Burney shouted, before becoming the second Labor MP to be booted from the Parliament.
The first was Mr Park, who was also told to leave after protesting at Mr Constance's behaviour.
Mr Park had posed a question regarding funding for light rail in western Sydney, and after complaining that Mr Constance had avoided the question, he was ordered out of the chamber.
Ms Hay was also threatened with ejection during the exchange.
"Member for Wollongong, you don't want to be thrown out, surely? Who will keep the rest of them in line?" Ms Hancock said.