Katter's Australian Party reckon a heap of captured crocodiles should be released into Breakfast Creek, which flows into the Brisbane River, basically to teach city politicians a lesson.
Bob and Robbie Katter believe government workers based in Queensland's capital don't understand how much of a menace the reptiles can be, and if they did, they'd get behind their calls for a croc cull in North Queensland.
"Maybe with their rivers infested with crocodiles, they [Brisbane MPs] might finally understand the impact these predators have on local communities," said KAP leader Robbie Katter, The Courier Mail reports.
The party want to introduce programs like 'shooting safaris' and relocations not only to stop overpopulation, but to increase tourism spending in the region.
Crocodile sightings in the state's north are up by more than a third this year. Just days ago, the remains of an elderly woman were found inside a croc, it's believed the 79-year-old was trapped and killed by the beast.