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Anthony Weiner: I No Longer Toss Salad

Anthony Weiner has yet again provided hilarity to New York City's tabloids in response to a New York Times story that recounts his famed temper. From the Times:
In 2005, he became so irritated with a staff member that he threw a salad against the wall, then left the room as the dressing slowly dripped, leaving a stain. Another time, arguing with an aide, Mr. Weiner threw his BlackBerry against a wall, then blamed the aide for the broken phone. “It was like ‘The Devil Wears Prada,’ ” recalled Stacey E. Fitzpatrick, a lawyer in Seattle who worked for Mr. Weiner on the City Council.
Weiner reacted in an interview with Buzzfeed
"The way Josh tells it — and he was on the campaign at the time — is the door opened and there was a salad on the wall,” he said. “First of all, I don’t do salad. That’s the other thing about the story. I don’t do salads.” “Look, I’m impatient for change, and I fight hard for the middle class and those struggling to make it, and I make no apology about that,” Weiner said. “I mean, I’m a much mellower person than I was when the salad did or did not wind up on the wall.”
Tomorrow's front page of the Post should be amusing.

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