Alec told CBS that the snapper almost hit him "in the teeth" with his camera, in his desperation to get a picture of the 30 Rock star with wife-to-be Hilaria Thomas. Photographer Marcos Santos claims Baldwin punched him on the chin, which Baldwin denies. It's like two boxers arguing over the decision of a fight, with both claiming crushing defeat.
Santos later went to hospital with his 'injuries', showing all the strength and fortitude of a Premier League footballer with Bambi's legs, on ice, in the penalty area, whilst drunk. Santos works for the New York Daily News, whose Editor-in-chief is Colin Myler, the former editor of the News Of The World. Nuff said.
The rascals at the NYDN sent Alec a gift basket of anger management books. Ho ho ho. We couldn't stop laughing at that one. In fact, we're still laughing now and are typing through the tears that laughter brings.
Baldwin was cross enough to tweet #allpaparazzishouldbewaterboarded, however. That would be considered harsh if the CIA hadn’t classified waterboarding as "more of a party game" than torture. Alec claims the shutterbugs are ruining lives, but what about the million of lives they enhance, like those poor people who find Alec Baldwin's breakfast more interesting than their own existence?
Along with Jennifer Lopez, Kid Rock, Elton John and many others, Jennifer Aniston also blasts the paps recently, in the upcoming documentary $ellebrity. The trouble is, their work sells mags by the truckload, so really it's your fault. And that's why right now I'm hiding in Alec Baldwin's glove compartment in the hope of getting a shot of his shoes before he slings me out.
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