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TV2's celebrity profile and the steward, Lennart Sten, could apparently not handle that, a boy walked into the picture, as he on Thursday at 10.44 stood in the Copenhagen Zoo, and covered the opening of the panda attraction.
The experienced host selected in each case to beat out for the boy to get him out of the camera lens. It came to pass, while the reporter was on live on TV2 News.
Lennart Stones do not even that he has knocked out after the boy, when the Extra Blade catches him on the phone:
- I will simply not use the word 'beat'. Now I have watched the clip five times and turned it with some colleagues. It is a nudge or a push. You can use such a word, but you can kraftedeme don't use 'beat'.
- What do you think is happening in the situation?
In my opinion it is a push out of the picture. 'Move you, buddy. You are not on now, your time will come'.
- Is it normal practice In the way of 'nudging' people away if they are moving into the picture?
- When we invite someone into our shows, so is it them, which is in focus, and so we try to keep others out. And yes, there is a once in a while someone who is trying to get with all possible differently.
- So you believe that you have acted correctly in the situation?
- Yes, I think that well really. But I acknowledge simply no, when you say 'beats a little boy'.
- It is a pouf, it is a push, it's a 'your time will come, so I'll have to come over and talk with you'. The group of boys had already been told, 'try to hear, not on television now, we need to talk with the girls, and we need to talk with the zookeeper'.
- So you believe that it has been after the book?
- To what?
- That you are 'nudging' him away from the picture?
- Yes, it I think. It's damn really okay, to you push away, if people go into. Now I have watched the clip five times, and I like that you can see in his face that he knows well that it is to provoke or to come by and send a greeting to the guys. I think it is disrespectful to the guests that we had invited to be with in the interview.
- Is there anything you want to say to the boy?
- I think that we as human beings must have respect for those who choose to give an interview.
- I have it such that when I invite someone, such as yourself, to interview, so says I, 'we two have a conversation, and we have settled', and then we can take the next afterwards. Respect for you, this means so very much.
TV2's celebrity journalist Lennart Stone. Photo: Rumle Skafte
Mikkel Hertz, nyhedsdirektør on the TV2, is readily agree with Lennart Brick-laying events.
- Our reporter was out to do interviews with the guests, who had been inside and see the pandas. He made a deal with the two girls, who are being interviewed. While he is waiting to come on, is there a group of boys, that 'crabs' closer and closer. He asks them nicely and politely stay out of the picture, but it is certainly one of them, who did not listen to, explains nyhedschefen.
- He stands up in the picture and make V-signs and looks pretty goofy out, and it seems Lennart is annoying and disrespectful to the girls, so therefore the rows, he looked after him and gives him a small nudge to get him out of the picture.
- Is it normal practice of TV2 to do such, if it edges into the picture?
- We do not have any normal practice for such a thing, but you have to take the situation as it occurs.
- He sends a clenched fist after the boy?
I can't see in the picture. He gives him a small nudge.
- So it will not get any consequences for him, that he is lashing out at a child?
- No, I think not. It would be to overreact to it.
- So you think that the way he acted on, was o.k.?
- I do not think that it is the most appropriate way to respond to, but our reporter is standing and focus on his interview-cases, which he has made a deal with, and he is on live. So responds because he can see who is coming in, as he has asked to stay out of the picture.
- Have subsequently spoken with the boys?
- I am not aware of.
- do you Have something you want to say to the boy in the picture?
- No, I have no idea who he is. What would it be?
- It could, for example, be an excuse?
- No, I do not think it is the most appropriate way to respond to, but I doubt that there is someone who is hurt.