Maverick Nationals MP George Christensen has donned a sleeveless, lycra bodysuit, channelled Beyonce and danced up a storm in bid to win support for a ring road in his Queensland seat.
Mr Christensen wants funding for a second stage of the Mackay Ring Road in his north Queensland electorate of Dawson.
In a video posted on his Facebook page, the MP wears the body-hugging black lycra and dances to the Beyonce hit, Single Ladies.
"I'm saying to government 'they've gotta put a ring on it' and I'm not ashamed to don lycra to make it happen," he said.
Fortunately for viewers, the bottom half of the MP is "censored", however, Mr Christensen is threatening to release an uncensored version of the video if support is not forthcoming.
"My advice is 'don't make me do it' - sign the petition at www.putaringroadonit.com.au," he said.
Queensland Labor senator Murray Watt said he was so committed to the ring road project he was determined to keep his clothes on.
"Last time I looked, the whole idea about being in politics was you actually want to win votes and I'm pretty convinced I win more votes by keeping my clothes rather than taking them off," Senator Watt told Sky News on Monday.
"I reckon George is about to learn that lesson as well."