“If you put that picture on the internet, I’ll call my lawyer.”

I really love hearing about douchebags being douchbags in public, especially when it’s in front of their daughters (douchebag dad, don’t be surprised when she brings home a douchebag boyfriend, she is oddly attracted to people with your same personality type). But anyway, let me just quote what he writes on his flickr page. And make sure you check out the rest of his album as support. We need to encourage this kind of courage.

“This guy was on the corner of Stockton and Columbus in San Francisco yelling at a homeless man. Anger, conflict, drama — sounds like a great shot to me. I crossed the street but was unable to get anything interesting, since I only had my 50mm lens on the camera and I was just too far away.

However, Mr. Angry Overreaction Man decided that he now had a problem with me. He confronted me, demanding my camera. Of course, I refused. He got in my face and started threatening me, telling me that I cannot take his photo without his permission. I told him that yes, in fact, I can. He then walked up and bumped into me, trying to act tough. I told him that one more touch and I would call the police.

Of course, he didn’t like that very much, and at that point told me that if I put his picture on the internet, he would call his laywer. I assured him that his photo would be on the internet, and he then walked up and grabbed my camera lens. Well, that’s just not something that I will put up with, so I pulled the camera away from him and reached for my phone and started dialing. Once he saw that he turned away, still yelling threats, and continued on his way.

I felt bad for his daughter, who was with him, because she was obviously embarrassed by his antics and kept pleading with him to stop. I have a great shot showing her looking up as if saying “Oh boy, here he goes again”. But I’m not going to post that one, as she was not acting like an idiot and I don’t want to embarrass her. Mr. Angry Overreaction Man seems to do enough of that.

So, Mr. Angry Overreaction Man, your photo is now on the internet. Call your lawyer. Tell him somebody on a public sidewalk took your photo while you were on a public sidewalk. Then tell him you physically assaulted the photographer. See what he says.”

Click on the photo to link to Jeremy Brooks Reel.

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  1. your the douchebag, you went to start trouble and you got trouble so you went crying to the cops because you got what you deserve i bet your an embarrassment to your mother

  2. Yes – Your the punk ass – sticking your nose where it didn’t belong and when you started to get treated like a man you whinned to call the police for help. Be a real man an take care of it yourself if you must try and be an idiot. He may have threatened to sue but your the one who had to run for help like a little f’ing girl.

    F’ing Wussy

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