New York Times Reporter Panics Over Sight Of Homeless Man, Gets Trolled On Twitter
Michael Barbaro (not pictured) who describes himself on Twitter as a, “Political reporter for the New York Times, inveterate gossip, Upper West Sider,” had a freak out moment after seeing a “dangerous” homeless person sleeping in the subway in New York City.
[su_center_ad] Barbaro writes, “Situation at 123 underpass at 41st and 7th Ave has become dangerous and unacceptable.”
— Michael Barbaro (@mikiebarb) November 7, 2014
I don’t know. Michael. Maybe the missing tiles are dangerous? Is it the stairs – are they wet from the scary rain? Is it the black man sleeping? Because we all know how scary sleeping people are. Or was there a runaway train that’s out of shot?
Needless to say, the reporter was trolled relentlessly. One thing is certain, everyone wants to know if the reporter is OK after coming face to face with real danger.
— Danksgiving Turkey (@dankmtl) November 7, 2014
— Maury Compson (@MauryCompson) November 7, 2014
— Ebola Baby Giraffe (@jefeonwuka) November 7, 2014
Maybe the homeless guy has Ebola. Who knows what creeps along in the subway system in New York.
I take it he’s never been on the subway before. Just wait until he spots one of the giant subway rats. That should make another great breaking news tweet.
We shall refer Michael Barbaro from now on as Danger Man.