A Few Questions for Blogger Michael Petrelis of the Petrelis Files re: the Scott Wiener Bathroom Incident

So, let’s see here.

1. The idea of taking a photo of Supervisor Scott Wiener’s weiner in a bathroom was good  because…

Because why? I don’t get it.

2. Making a federal case (potentially, eventually), a cause celebre, out of this incident is helpful because…

Because why? I don’t get it.

And you say you “allegedly” attempted to violate Section 647(j)(1) of the California Penal Code because, like, you don’t know what you actually did and why you did it?’

Isn’t that the kind of thing criminals say?

I think so.

Here’s what you should do, you apologize.

You say:

1. I’m sorry for what I did. I got carried away over the whole nudity ban thing (or whatever it was) and I did something I shouldn’t have. I won’t do anything like that ever again; and

2. You say it like you mean it, whether you mean it or not.

And if you had done that already, then we wouldn’t be here with you wasting your time and the time and money of other people, like taxpayers ‘n stuff.

Just saying…

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One Response to “A Few Questions for Blogger Michael Petrelis of the Petrelis Files re: the Scott Wiener Bathroom Incident”

  1. sfmike says:

    I left a comment very similar to this on Michael’s blog and he decided not to publish it. You and I are both photographers of strangers and public figures in San Francisco, and there are certain ethical rules one learns that would seem like no-brainers. Trying to take a picture of someone’s dick in a public bathroom without their consent is one of them, a total invasion of basic privacy and creepy besides. Petrelis should simply apologize and stop playing Joan of Arc.

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