Prime Minister John Key thought the candlelight vigil outside his house last night was "not really cricket".
About 30 protesters gathered outside his Auckland home last night in a candlelight vigil commemorating "the numerous deaths of civilians and the illegal killing of 'supposed' terrorists, including New Zealander Daryl Jones -- killed by the US drone strike programme".
Mr Key told Newstalk ZB that he didn't pull a curtain aside to look at the protesters last night.
"I've always been a bit of the view myself that it's not really cricket.
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"Yesterday was family day, the afternoon when I got back was Max's birthday, and just generally speaking it's our home environment."
He said he was at a well-publicised National Party conference over the weekend that would have been more suitable to hold a protest at.