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Ruch Narodowy politician has cup of drink thrown at him by transvestite during a Polsat debate


WielkiPolak 54 | 1,000
7 Aug 2014 #1
Artur Zawisza of Ruch Narodowy, had a cup of drink thrown at him during yesterday's debate with a transvestite, who calls herself Rafalala. After saying he it wasn't normal that he should have to sit in the same studio with this thing that he can't even bring himself to look at [referring to the transvestite], Rafalala stood up and....well, see for yourselves.
jon357 74 | 22,257
7 Aug 2014 #2
had a cup of drink thrown at him during yesterday's debate with a transvestite

By a member of the public.

After saying he it wasn't normal that he should have to sit in the same studio with this thing that he can't even bring himself to look at

If he abuses someone in such a vile way, they will react.

That Zawisza fool is a total pest, and fortunately so very far from the political mainstream (or any real electoral support) that he has about as much chance as getting political power as a dead beaver.
Harry
7 Aug 2014 #3
After saying he it wasn't normal that he should have to sit in the same studio with this thing that he can't even bring himself to look at

He's lucky he didn't get his arse kicked.

That Zawisza fool is a total pest

I saw somebody who looks very much like Zawisza in Lodi Dodi a couple of years back, I wonder if it was the same bloke.
smurf 39 | 1,966
7 Aug 2014 #4
Hahaa, brilliant.
jon357 74 | 22,257
7 Aug 2014 #5
I saw somebody who looks very much like Zawisza in Lodi Dodi a couple of years back, I wonder if it was the same bloke.

Funny you should say that. Mind you, half the older ones in there have that same moustache. So Castro Street 1982...

Really, if he thinks that it isn't "normal that he should have to sit in the same studio with this thing that he can't even bring himself to look at" he should remember that nobody forced him to go on TV. Is he really such an attention wh0re?
Wulkan - | 3,186
7 Aug 2014 #6
He's lucky he didn't get his arse kicked.

by whom?

Anyhow he knew he was going to speak to a man in the woman's clothes so he shouldn't be doing any excuses that he can't look at him. And Rafalala will probably be punished with some penalty for that water attack. It's quite common that two politicians insult each other in this sort of programs but physical violence is not acceptable.
jon357 74 | 22,257
7 Aug 2014 #7
And Rafalala will probably be punished with some penalty for that water attack.

Possible although prosecutors would also have to consider provocation and verbal abuse from Zawisza.
Wulkan - | 3,186
8 Aug 2014 #8
Indeed, his insulting was uncalled for.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,910
8 Aug 2014 #9
He's lucky he didn't get his arse kicked.

Frankly yes. Rafalala could take him any day of the week, and wouldn't even break a nail.

The politician demonstrated a great level of immaturity in that interview and indeed he does look like a child who has drawn a moustache on to his face. He should live and let live, Rafalala has never harmed him and he should butt out.

Someone should tell that politician to lighten up and send him Little Britain Youtube clips
youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=INj6HPuKJnk


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