When a man with a camera in his pants walks into a bar, it’s like he’s been hired to film a TV show

When a man with a camera in his pants walks into a bar, it’s like he’s been hired to film a TV show

The man who went viral after his footage of a man being arrested for public urination outside a bar went viral on the internet says he was paid by a video streaming company to record the incident.

In a video posted to YouTube on Friday, the man, who goes by the alias @dickp, was filmed urinating outside the Brisbane bar on Thursday.

He is also seen walking away from the camera in a different direction after being confronted.

In the video, he describes the moment he confronted the man.

“I’m not going to say anything,” the man says.

“I don’t have to.

I don’t want to.

The camera’s right there.

It’s just a camera.

I’m filming the whole thing.

I was just looking at him, and I saw his face.”

The man, whose name is not being used to protect his identity, says the man appeared “angry and belligerent”.

He adds: “I thought he was going to get violent with me and that’s when I thought he needed help.”

He says the security guards told him the man was trespassing.

The man says the guard who confronted him was wearing a uniform and that he was “acting suspicious”.

“He said he wasn’t going to arrest him and said that he’d been called into the office to investigate,” he said.

The security guard, who is seen with the video in the background, tells the man: “We can’t do anything about this.

It was your video.

We’re not going any further.”

@dickpsi says the video was filmed outside the Barbaras restaurant.

He is then seen walking towards a bar with the man and his friends, who appear to be holding signs saying “Trespassing”.

“It was very loud,” he says.

One of the men with him, who appears to be wearing a white T-shirt and black jeans, is filmed walking towards the bar with another man, and the man asks the man what he was doing.

The other man replies: “You’re trespassing.”

The man continues to walk towards the camera, and asks the security guard if he can record him.

“You can’t,” the security man replies.

Later in the video he says: “What do you mean I’m trespassing?

I’m not trespassing!

I’m just recording.”

The video has now been viewed more than 7 million times and was posted on Friday.

The footage, which appears to show the man urinating on a sidewalk, has been shared on Twitter by the hashtag #IStandWithDickP.

@Dickp says he doesn’t want the video to be used by anyone, including other people with cameras.

“There’s nothing I can do about it, I don of course.

I just don’t,” he told News.com.au.

While he is not the first person to make a video documenting a public urinating offence, @dicksp is the first to upload his video online.

Mr P says he has been contacted by the police about the incident, and said he was given a phone number to contact the person who took the video.

He also said he would be willing to answer questions about the situation.

But he is also not the only person who has made a video recording an alleged public urinator.

Earlier this year, an Instagram user called @dilliesjake uploaded a video to his account showing a man urinate in a public toilet in Brisbane.

A number of other people uploaded videos showing similar events, including @dittheman, who filmed a man trying to urinate outside a pub in May.

And in November, a man filmed a woman urinating in front of a toilet in Adelaide.

Topics:police,courts-and-trials,crime,police-sieges,crown-court,australia,brisbane-4000,qld,brisbane-sunshine-2000,adelaide-5000,vic Source: News.au

admin

Related Posts

Trump: ‘I think we should let this go’

Trump: ‘I think we should let this go’

How to use Google Talk to chat without any Google apps?

How to use Google Talk to chat without any Google apps?

The day that changed the internet

The day that changed the internet

Twitter chat, Twitter live, Live chat, Live audio

Twitter chat, Twitter live, Live chat, Live audio