‘Egg Boy’ Will Connelly donates nearly $100,000 to Christchurch terrorist attack survivors

Will Connolly, aka Egg Boy, once again confirms his status as an Aussie hero.

Connolly will donate just under $100,000 to victims of the Christchurch Mosque terrorist attack after his legal fees were handled pro-bono.

“I decided to donate all monies to help provide some relief to the victims of the massacre, it wasn’t mine to keep,” Egg Boy wrote on social media.

Egg Boy rose to international fame after smashing an egg on far-right Queensland Senator Fraser Anning in March this year.

Senator Anning blamed the Christchurch terror attack on “Muslim migration” which had sparked the 17-year-old Melbourne student to take action.

The Christchurch Foundation and Victim Support will receive a whopping $99,922.36 due to original crowdfunding support for Connolly’s legal fees. Gordan Legal handled the case pro-bono.

“To the victims of this tragedy, I wholeheartedly hope that this can bring some relief to you.

“Keep spreading the love.”

Egg Boy’s good deeds have since sparked musicians to offer him tickets to their shows, his face to be sold on t-shirts in Germany and similar political activism overseas through the likes of UK’s ‘Milkshake Man’.

Trending Instagram account Brown Cardigan has also placed Egg Boy in the same realm as Superhero Batman.

2020 Australian of the Year perhaps?