Wild moment Channel Nine weather reporter calls conspiracy theorist a ‘d***head’ after being ambushed during live cross country
- TV presenter Garry Youngberry was live on the air off the coast of Queensland
- A barefoot man then fell into an ambush with his crotch and holds up a handmade sign
- The intruder held a ‘our weather is changing’ sign behind the TV reporter
- Youngberry calls man a ‘d**head’ before telling him to ‘contribute to society’
A Channel Nine weather reporter has collided with a conspiracy theorist and labeled him a ‘d***head’ after being ambushed during a live crossover.
Garry Youngberry reported weather from Bribie Island in Queensland on Friday night when a man ran into the back of the shot.
Footage of the bizarre interaction shows the barefoot man holding a sign with the message: ‘Our weather is being adjusted’.
He also urged viewers to Google “geoengineering” – a theory that claims there is a deliberate and large-scale intervention in the Earth’s climate system.
The conspiracy theorist was ambushed Channel 9 TV weather reporter Gary Youngberry while on live air. The man was holding a sign that read “we’re adjusting again” during the segment (pictured)
Mr. Youngberry’s cameraman tried to scare away the conspiracy theorist, who wore sunglasses at night, but managed to dodge him and hang behind the reporter.
Bystanders heard the man call a “w*****” as Mr. Youngberry completed his report.
Then the frustrated host was seen calmly trying to confront the man and ask him to “come here buddy.”
The conspiracy theorist yelled at the TV host to “tell the truth” as he walked away from Youngberry (pictured)
The stranger then walks away laughing and yells at the reporter to “tell the truth.”
‘Mate you’re ad***head!’ Mr. Youngberry responds.
“It’s on the government website Gaz,” the man recalls before Mr. Youngberry tells him to “contribute to society.”
The TV host got the support of onlookers who shook their heads at the nighttime ambush and called the man an “idiot.”
Youngberry (pictured) is heard calling the man a ‘d**head’ and urging him to ‘make a contribution to society’ as the conspiracy theorist walks away