& # 39; It was so stupid! & # 39; Anna Faris reveals that she was BANNED from New Zealand for talking about her experiences in the country during a talk show
Anna Faris was once & # 39; banned & # 39; from New Zealand after spending time in 2010 filming the animated comedy Yogi Bear.
The American actress, 42, revealed at the Life is short podcast this week that she received a letter from the tourism minister saying she & # 39; was not welcome & # 39; after speaking in public about being called by the locals.
Anna explained: & I did Yogi Bear there and I walked and it was a long shoot and there were days … most days I just said "Yogi!" So you know, very satisfying. & # 39;
& # 39; It was so stupid! & # 39; Anna Faris revealed that she was once banned from New Zealand because she talked about her experiences in the country in an American talk show
She further said that one producer invited her one evening for a Queens of the Stone Age concert.
& # 39; That is not necessarily my jam, but I left early, I had to go to bed, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; I walked back … I was wearing jeans and a T-shirt and a backpack. And a car passes by and these guys exclaim: "Let us see your t ** ts", but with a New Zealand accent. & # 39;
& # 39; I was no longer welcome in their country & # 39 ;: Anna received a letter from the tourism minister claiming that she & # 39; not welcome & # 39; was in New Zealand after she spoke publicly about the fact that she was called there in 2010
The Scary Movie star said the experience felt & # 39; a bit random & # 39; until another car drove by and the passengers screamed: & # 39; We want to fuck your pussy. & # 39;
& # 39; I told this (catcalling) story because it was the only one I had in this very short George Lopez (talk show) show, & # 39; she added.
& # 39; And then I received a letter from the New Zealand Tourism Minister that I was no longer welcome in their country. & # 39;
Reconciliation: Anna told Justin Long (right) of the Life is Short podcast that she succeeded in persuading the New Zealand authorities to return her to the country by writing a letter to the tourism minister
Anna then wrote a letter to the tourism minister in which she explained that she was not & # 39; slandering & # 39; at all.
She concluded a joke with the letter: & # 39; We also have many thing dongs here in America. & # 39;
Anna revealed that the misunderstanding was quickly remedied and that she can now visit the country again.
& # 39; A few years ago I made a safety video of Air New Zealand, so we are all good & # 39 ;, she said.
Anna (photo) explained: & # 39; A few years ago I made a safety video of Air New Zealand, so we are all good & # 39;
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