Chicago newscaster gets even with people waving to get on camera (video)

This is from a few years ago, but I’d never seen it. It’s of Pat Tomasulo, a Chicago TV news personality with WGN who found a way to get even with people who wave at the camera while he’s doing remote newscasts.


The best part is the extent to which the people are so blown away and thrown off-guard by his questions. Such as when he stopped a group of young guys who were trying to get in the frame, asked them if they wanted to get on camera – they said sure – so he proceeded to interview them about the fact that they like to wear women’s panties:


And here he is with “Mr. International Leather 2009”:

Pat Tomasulo

Here’s the video:

And here’s part 2 of Pat’s counter-attack:

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