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So this hot chick is spreading her legs in a ballerina pose in the middle of busy Manhattan for some type of photo shoot when a random guy walks up and starts videotaping her ass. This prompts some of her friends to berate the guy for being a pervert, even though they were essentially

Horny videographer ruins NYC photo shoot


So this hot chick is spreading her legs in a ballerina pose in the middle of busy Manhattan for some type of photo shoot when a random guy walks up and starts videotaping her ass.

This prompts some of her friends to berate the guy for being a pervert, even though they were essentially doing the same thing, except with still cameras.

The action starts a little after the 2:50 mark. Within a minute, some wanker with a bicycle gets into the shot and starts shoving the videographer.

They exchange words in typical New York fashion with neither of them backing down.

The videographer gets the last word in by continually calling the cyclist a “goober.”

The model and her entourage end up walking away from the photo shoot while the videographer informs them that he had the right to videotape in public.

My question is, how did they manage to conduct such a photo shoot, with assistants, props and reflectors, without getting harassed by the NYPD?


About Carlos Miller

Carlos Miller is founder and publisher of Photography is Not a Crime, which began as a one-man blog in 2007 to document his trial after he was arrested for photographing police during a journalistic assignment. He is also the author of The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which can be purchased through Amazon.

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