Man punches Real World Key West crew member

A man punched a Real World Key West crew member on Saturday evening–and the assaulted man kept filming.

According to the Key West Citizen, minutes after cops asked an “unruly” man to leave a bar, “another officer reported seeing the same 34-year-old Key West man harassing the MTV film crew. Officers then saw the man punch a member of the film crew so hard that he nearly dropped his equipment, according to reports.” The assailant was “arrested on complaints of battery, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest without violence,” the paper reports.

But perhaps the most stunning part of the story is that the crew member “continued filming as they [police] handled his attacker.”

Reality TV gets dose of unruly resident [Key West Citizen]

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