Tony Abbott's spell as Australian Prime Minister has been short and not particularly sweet.
And on Monday his two-year tenure came to an end when rival Malcolm Turnbull won a snap vote for the Liberal Party leadership following a sudden coup.
Aussies have since tweeted their delight at the news Mr Abbott had been given the boot en masse:
Goodbye Tony Abbott, probably one of Australia's worst Prime Ministers! Will the new one be any better? Oz needs to stop switching PMs often— Chris McCullough (@journo_chris) September 14, 2015
I have been ashamed to have Tony Abbott represent my country. His positions and expression have caused me excruciating embarrassment. #QandA— knifey cypher (@jahan_tyson) September 14, 2015
It's hard to think of a PM who could be worse than Tony Abbott. I'll miss the mad headlines.— TushkaS (@TushkaS) September 14, 2015
.@TonyAbbottMHR Welcome to the annals of mediocrity. You leave nothing of worth to show for your time in office. Good riddance.— Matthew Jones (@mattjpwns) September 14, 2015
I'm under no illusion that a new PM will dramatically alter our close minded and outdated government, but still, glad to see #TonyAbbott go.— Mel (@Whorbishca) September 14, 2015
I hope Tony Abbott retains the leadership. He deserves to be voted out by the public next year.— Clementine Ford (@clementine_ford) September 14, 2015
Maybe Australia can catch up with the rest of the Western world now Tony Abbott is gone.— Sam. (@sam_iam1992) September 14, 2015
There was, however, one dissenting voice in the mix. Mr Abbott's long-time ally Rupert Murdoch.
Sad to see such a decent man as Abbott toppled. Now Turnbull needs a November election before Labor sacks Shorten.— Rupert Murdoch (@rupertmurdoch) September 14, 2015