You ever notice the behaviour that civilians seem to have these days when it comes to live news cameras? Whether it’s being interviewed or just walking past it, they lack a certain morality on purpose.
Take for example, the guy that decided to stand in-between a reporter and his camera during the news of an oil spill that happened in Vancouver some days back:
It’s hard to actually understand where this guy is coming from. Is he practicing his camera work and hoping Global would notice? Is he trying to be viral? Is he just a moron? Whatever the case was with this dude, there’s a time and a place and he chose poorly.
But it’s not as if the internet is the thing that makes people disruptive. It’s a tale as old as time that people see a camera and start to dance like a monkey at the thought of being on TV.
Be that as it may, a reporter comes along and takes advantage of disruptive people in a way that make me really happy. Hey, Why not? Let’s play that game: