`Comedian` Kathy Griffin tries to kiss news presenter’s crotch on live TV
New York: US comedian Kathy Griffin, who dropped the F-bomb in 2009 and tried to strip down to her underwear last year, outdid herself on New Year’s eve, by referring to news presenter Anderson Cooper’s crotch on air and later attempted to simulate oral sex on him.
The 45-year-old journalist’s crotch was mentioned, when he brought up a Twitter follower’s comments that there could be a drinking game whenever he giggled at Griffin’s jokes.
Griffin said that she was going to tickle Cooper’s sack then added that people could say sack on air, as it was not considered bad. Cooper responded to it by saying that he did not know what she meant, as he had not brought any sack of Christmas gifts with him.
Griffin then asked Cooper if he called his private parts his Christmas presents, the New York Daily News reported. Shortly after midnight, Cooper cut to a live report from Eastport, Maine, where the town’s custom is to kiss a sculpture of an eight-foot sardine that drops from the top of a building much like the crystal ball in New York’s Times Square.
The camera then cut back to Cooper and Griffin, in time, to catch her trying to kiss his crotch. When Cooper saw Griffin bending, he asked her if she had dropped something. Griffin replied that she was kissing his sardine.
But the vulgar humour didn’t stop there with Griffin saying that she could do this all night long, as Cooper grabbed her and pulled her upright. The awkward tug of war lasted a couple of more seconds before Griffin said that he wanted it.
Cooper responded that he didn’t.
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