Video via the 'New York Daily News.' Thumbnail photo via Twitter user Lane Beauchamp Police officers in Times Square had to deal with a little more nudity than usual Thursday morning when a man stripped off his clothes and started taunting them from the 16-foot staircase in the middle of Duffy Square, Gothamist reports.The man, who the identified as 21-year-old model Krit Mc Clean of Manhattan, reportedly took off his clothes and folded them in a neat pile on the sidewalk at around 7 AM before climbing up the large TKTS platform and began spitting at police and yelling obscenities.
A spoof of Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan, it may be the coolest hat in history.Which feels like an appropriate thing to say as Lake herself told that "the point of the hat was to say America needs changing and improvement.Witnesses say Mc Clean continued yelling, paced back and forth, and started dancing erratically before he leapt from the platform, completely missing the airbag below.Lake's job status" in a statement regarding the hat.A gaggle of Trump supporters are currently having a collective social media aneurysm on Home Depot's Facebook page..it's all thanks to 22-year-old employee Krystal Lake's incredible headgear.
The NYPD ended up having to block traffic, but bystanders from the street and nearby restaurants caught the whole show on Periscope and Twitter. " and rambled on about fashion photographers Bruce Weber and Mario Testino, before dropping down and doing the worm, the reports.
Worried that he might try to jump, emergency responders inflated a large airbag beneath the platform while police tried to talk him down from above.
Behold: "I feel it offended a lot of people because a lot of Trump supporters live in Staten Island," she continued.
"Trump is very rash and in your face, but when someone else has a message against him, his supporters can't take the criticisms."And despite the dozens of death threats she's received for her sartorial savvy, Lake says she intends to wear the hat again -- which, bravo.
I don't think it's a positive message to say, 'Let's look to the past'" -- because, And even though Home Depot has a ban on employees wearing items of political support, Lake said she had been seeing some of her coworkers "wearing 'Vote for Trump' pins on their uniforms...
But no one ever says anything to them."The photo began to make the social media rounds after it was snapped on Sunday, and subsequently brought out all the bigots to Home Depot's Facebook page by Wednesday evening.