A photo posted by lushsux (@lushsux) on Dec 11, 2016 at 5:35am PST Subscribe | UPI Odd Newsletter Subscribe MELBOURNE, Dec. 12 (UPI) -- A controversial Australian graffiti artist painted a mural tribute to an unlikely hero: the man who punched a kangaroo to save his dog. Melbourne graffiti artist Lushsux, who previously made headlines with controversial murals depicting Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and other famous figures, posted a photo to Instagram Sunday unveiling his latest creation. Advertisement The mural shows the moment Greig Tonkins, a zookeeper at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubba, punched a kangaroo in the face after the aggressive marsupial placed his dog in a headlock. The video clip was recorded during a hunting trip in June, but was only posted to YouTube last week, when it quickly went viral. Lushsux posted a short video clip to Instagram featuring the mural and the audio from the viral clip of the kangaroo punch. A video posted by lushsux (@lushsux) on Dec 11, 2016 at 7:43pm PST Advertisement Read More Man punches kangaroo to save dog from headlock in Australian outback Artist pays tribute to 'Pokemon Go' with mural on 50-foot wall Man proposes while participating in a 'live mural'