Britain’s Sky News had a major freak out while interviewing Charlie Hebdo writer Caroline Fourest about the yesterday’s edition of the satirical newspaper and how fast it sold out.
Fourest says, “I’m very sad, very sad that journalists in the UK do not support us, that journalists in the UK betray what journalism is about by thinking that people cannot be grown enough to decide if a drawing is offending or not. Because you are not even showing it.”
Fourest then reaches down for a copy of the controversial Charlie Hebdo with the Muslim prophet Muhammad on it and tries to show it on air.
Sky News then cuts away and apologizes to anyone who may have been offended.