Australians have emailed MPs with dozens of requests for free portraits of the Queen, after the little-known entitlement was publicised this week, BBC reports.
Under official rules, citizens may ask for "nationhood" material - things such as Australian flags, anthem recordings, and portraits of the head of state.
One MP, Tim Watts, said most requests for images of the Queen were due to a case of "excellent trolling".
It followed a Vice story that had drawn wide attention to the entitlement.
"I can say before the story was published, I had received zero requests for portraits of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth," Mr Watts told the ABC.
"The last 24 hours, I would say [I have received] about four dozen. I think 99% were tongue firmly in cheek."