Donald Trump and Malcolm Turnbull's phone call that reportedly ended abruptly has been met with ridicule on social media.
The Prime Minister and President were speaking about a proposed asylum seeker deal that would see the U.S. take in 1,250 refugees from Australia's offshore detention centres on Nauru and Manus Island, Daily Mail reports.
But a fuming President Trump reportedly told Mr Turnbull the conversation was "the worst call by far" he had taken that day and accused the Prime Minister of looking to ship off the "next Boston bombers" to the US.
After news emerged, people from around the world have brought out the best memes in response to the encounter between the two leaders whose first official television conversation ended just after 25 minutes.
Benjamin Northey shared a photograph of Roger the musclebound kangaroo crushing a metal bucket with its paws
"@realDonaldTrump Do NOT make Roger angry," the post said on Twitter.
Jorge Ribas shared a GIF of the viral video of a man punching a kangaroo, with the captions: "Before you pick a fight with Australia remember they punch kangaroos in the face like it's no big deal."
Many are entertaining themselves with references from The Simpsons.
Brett Osborn posted: "Exclusive footage of @TurnbullMalcolm standing up to Trump for Australia", with a GIF showing Nelson using Milson's hand to punch himself in the face, with the captions: 'Stop hitting yourself'.
In another hilarious tweet, Mitch Feltscheer shared a photo of the boy who answered Bart Simpson's phone call about the direction of Australia's toilet flush.
Peter Zaluzny wrote: "EXCLUSIVE: Photos from inside @TurnbullMalcolm's office", with a picture of a dog saying 'this is fine' as it sat in a burning room.
David Silverman shared a photo of cartoon character Ren from The Ren & Stimpy Show, screaming at the telephone and his hand hovering above a red button.
Greens Senator Scott Ludlam decided to comment on an old tweet from the PM, who congratulated President Trump recently for his new role.
"How's that working out?" Ludlam commented.