WATCH: Murrandoo Yanner shouts down Pauline Hanson in public

FLEDGLING Senator Pauline Hanson has found herself on the wrong side of Aboriginal activist Murrandoo Yanner in a public altercation.

Ms Hanson was attempting to attend the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair.

A video spread on social media shows the activist shouting at Hanson, calling her a racist and "lacking in moral fibre."

Ms Hanson kept quiet during the incident but left the area as soon as possible.

Mr Yanner has been an activist for Aboriginal rights and an elder of the Ganhalidda people in the Carpenteria region of northern Queensland.

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