What VIDEO Do You Prefer, Hurricane Irene Reporter Covered in Sea Foam Sewage or Classic Geraldo Rivera Knocked Down Covering Hurricane Ike?
You make the call …
Probably the most bizarre VIDEO of the Hurricane Irene media coverage was the Fox reporter that was in the middle of having sea foam sprayed on him during an interview with both the reporter and news anchors joking about it. WTTG-TV reporter Tucker Barnes was providing live updates of Hurricane Irene as foamed sprayed on him that even got in his mouth, saying “it doesn’t taste great”. You never know though, it might be less filling. OMG, he got it in his mouth, hope his vaccines are up to date.
He noted that he had immersed himself in organic material. That “organic material” was most likely the effects of raw sewage pouring into the water during the storm.
“It doesn’t taste great,” he said.
He said it had a sandy consistency and added, “I can tell you first-hand, it doesn’t smell great.”
The foam is often a toxic mix of pollution and cyanobacteria
Which VIDEO do you think is better, the above of “sewage” boy for the below timeless classic of Geraldo Rivera being knocked over by waves after being warned by fireman to be careful? Personally, my choice would be a morph of Geraldo covered in sewage, it would certainly be a metaphor for his news reporting of late.
Heck, add captions as well if you like. This is meant to be fun, hopefully the Fox reporter does not get ill from all of this. And I thought the streakers on the Weather Channel was the most bizarre, not even close.