What This “Comedian” Does To A Reporter On Live TV Is Just SICK!
On Tuesday, a comedian snuck up behind CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) reporter Chris Glover as he was on-camera, and began licking his ear, and attempting to kiss his neck on live television.
“On Tuesday night, Glover was at Toronto’s Comedy Bar to speak to comedians about the controversial merger between Sirius XM’s Canada Laughs radio station and Montreal’s Just For Laughs.
But once the camera started rolling, and Glover started his live hit, Saskatchewan-born actor Boyd Banks approached him from behind and started to lick his ear and kiss his neck.”
“There is no excuse for my behavior last night. I’m guilty of everything,” Banks told As It Happens in a telephone call Wednesday evening.
“I am an idiot, and there’s something wrong with me. I’m not making excuses. I want to apologize to the stand-up community in Canada and, of course, the reporter who was doing his job.”
The footage was originally shared on Twitter by Jeffery Vallis who wrote:
“This is so disturbing and I get more uncomfortable every time I watch this creepy guy assault
@chrisgloverCBC on live television. Why do people think it’s OK to #harass & #assault reporters while they do their job?! It’s gotta stop!”
This is so disturbing and I get more uncomfortable every time I watch this creepy guy assault @chrisgloverCBC on live television. Why do people think it’s OK to #harass & #assault reporters while they do their job?! It’s gotta stop! @chrisgloverCBC @CBCToronto #Toronto #reporter pic.twitter.com/rSeTStQI5L
— Jeffrey Vallis (@jeffrey_vallis) February 27, 2019
The Daily Wire spoke with Chris Glover about the incident:
DW: What was your immediate reaction when Banks started to do what he did?
GLOVER: “The first thing that I was reacting to was my own confusion because I really didn’t have a full sense of what was happening. It seems pretty clear from the perspective of the lens what’s happening to me, but in that moment, for me, I was processing what was going on and what was happening around me – the things that I was feeling physically on the back of my head, and then on my shoulder, and on my neck, and on my ear. You’re kind of trying to justify and contextualize, and I’m just really at a loss for what’s happening to me. But as my brain kind of kicked in and caught up to the situation, I was able to realize in a more fulsome way what was actually happening, and how wrong it was, and how desperately I wanted to get out of that situation.”
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