Hilarious moment when an A Current Affair reporter is hit with an umbrella in the face during a heated street interview
- A Current Affair reporter Reid Butler was hit in the face during a street interview
- He followed a man whose daughter was accused of catfishing
- The man suddenly opened his umbrella and accidentally hit Butler in the face
- Butler did not give up the chase and was seen as the man knocking on the door for an interview
A reporter from A Current Affair reporter was hit with an umbrella when he tried to conduct a street interview.
Nine Network Journalist Reid Butler pursued a man whose daughter Lydia Abdelmalek was convicted Tuesday of mimicking and stalking other women outside a Melbourne court.
Butler hurried after the man in a desperate attempt to get answers about his daughter's crimes.
& # 39; Do you realize that someone here had their own life, & # 39; Mr. Butler asked the man, who remained silent.
At one point, the man carrying a black brolly in his right hand opened the umbrella without realizing that he had hit Butler in the face.
Nine Network Journalist Reid Butler pursued a man (pictured), whose daughter Lydia Abdelmalek was convicted Tuesday of imitating and stalking other women outside of a court in Melbourne.
Butler was withdrawn by the sudden blow.
& # 39; I'm sorry, & # 39; Butler replied.
But this did not stop him from pursuing the man who had covered his face with the umbrella.
Butler tried to hold the tip of the brolly to expose the man's face.
& # 39; Did you know what your daughter did online? & # 39; Butler asked the man again.
The man responded by asking Butler not to touch his brolly anymore.
Butler hurried behind the man in a desperate attempt to get answers when the man opened his umbrella without realizing that he had hit Butler in the face
Butler used to try to chase and interview his 29-year-old daughter Lydia Abdelmalek, who also did not respond to any of his questions.
& # 39; We just need to know why did you do this? & # 39; Butler asked Mrs. Abdelmalek while he and his cameraman first followed her to the parking lot and then onto the street.
& # 39; You have harassed people online, your best friends.
& # 39; How do you feel about what happened to the victim of yours who took her own life?
& # 39; Do you feel any responsibility for this?
& # 39; You are a catfish, you are probably the worst catfish in Australia. & # 39;
Butler previously tried to chase and interview the man's 29-year-old daughter, Lydia Abdelmalek, who also did not respond to any of his questions
Butler kept asking questions without getting an answer.
& # 39; You are a godly woman. Why did you assume the identity of someone else and all other identities and deceive people and traumatize them? & # 39; he asked.
& # 39; What kind of person stalks and harasses people like that?
A court in Melbourne recently found that Mrs. Abdelmalek was guilty of stalking six people. She took over the star Lincoln from Home and Away and allegedly blackmailed young women, including her best friend.
Mrs Abdelmalek will be sentenced in June.
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