The best TV stars hang at the KK


This is why I don’t watch Entertainment Tonight. It will lead you to some of the worst people in the world – or at least their look-a-likes. I usually don’t paste entire articles, but I really didn’t know what part of this article to leave out. My condolences to the victim.

A man who apparently looked like someone from a television show didn’t want to have his picture taken so he allegedly whacked the would-be fan with a metal napkin holder, Madison police reported.

In the alleged battery, which happened Saturday afternoon in the 500 block of North Lake Street, a 21-year-old Illinois man suffered a cut below an eye and several blows to the head, police said.

Police said the Illinois man saw a man inside a bar who looked like someone from a TV show.

Bar on the 500 block of Lake St? You mean the Kollege Klub? Hollwood stars looking for a rumble heard it’s the place to be.

“He wanted to have his picture taken with the man but he wasn’t interested,” said police spokesman Joel DeSpain.

The two went outside, where the victim was hit in the face with the napkin holder being wielded by the “man on TV.”

And of course, a Beverly Hills brawl ain’t shit without the entourage.
“Another man who was with him punched the victim several times in the head,” DeSpain said. It wasn’t known if the guy was actually someone from a TV show, since he wasn’t located.
He was described as a white male, 5 feet 9 inches tall and 140 pounds, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with a red Chicago Bulls jersey over the sweatshirt, and a black skullcap.
An “Illinois man” and a guy with a Bulls jersey? An angry actor or just another FIB?

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