Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Media attack

Walking naked down Castro Street I was just attacked by four television reporters with cameras who would not take no for an answer. I did not wish to speak with them, but they surrounded me with their cameras and mics as I attempted to make my way down the street. Three dear friends came to my aid. I did end up grabbing channel five's camera after he wouldn't get it out of my face. He told me I was committing a felony and he would have me arrested. Not a good scene!
Apparently they wanted my reaction to a proposed ordinance to ban nudity in SF. Anyone hear anything about this?

3 comments:

Roger Poladopoulos said...

Only from you, my friend but the audacity of the media isn't surprising but it is, after all, completely in line with their style and character. They remain one of the most unprofessional and rude sort on this earth. Evidently, they learned nothing from their collective murder of Diana, Princess of Wales and continue to think of themselves as immune to the rules of decency and respect. That's why I don't read newspapers nor magazines and avoid all media broadcasts. Let them all endure a slow professional demise!

Bob said...

(in a Susan Sugarbaker voice) "Excuse me, EXCUSE ME!!" They're are a lot of videos of some waiter at the Cove saying he never had nude customers. Didn't you join me there one evening for dinner? You got there for desert, but I seem to remember you "undressed" for the occasion.

jef said...

Why didn't you answer to them with the insurance that your speech would not be cut neither distort? that's your right not to be filmed but you could have say no, excuse me I prefer you go away.