Hacking the “Touche pas à mon poste” group directly on the C8
video – Someone tried to approach Cyril Hannon before he was overpowered by the TPMP security service.
On Friday, March 17th, the last part of “Touche pas à mon poste” was almost disrupted. While announcing a debate on pension reform, Cyril Hannouna is interrupted by the intervention of one of the individuals in the group. It’s 8:29 p.m.
“How are you, brother? No wait, you don’t have the right brother.” “TPMP” host starts. A man comes out of the audience and walks towards Cyril Hanouneh. It is quickly mastered by the group’s security service. “No but let us, just no one can come like that. Talk to me after my love.” Cyril Hannon continues to worry a bit as we hear some sonic booms. “Gently, leave him alone, that’s fine.” the moderator asks.
The set is shot in a wide shot and you can see the black airlock that is well known to viewers of the show. An element of decor often used to gag columnists who are told to leave when they say too crude words or jokes too bold. “I tell you dear ones, you can’t come and talk to me like that live, plus he can come and talk to me during the ad, no problem, but there is on the air … especially at the moment it’s complicated” Then announces the face of the camera Cyril Hanouna. continues: “Poor guy, I hope he’s okay. I don’t think that boy had bad intentions.”. Then the host says it “I’ve been laughing with him since the beginning of the show.”. Add : “He is very nice and there we shall see what he wants, but it is true that there he is, this is not the time. If he has a claim, of course we will make it live.”.
After these turbulent few minutes, the program resumes its recapitulation. Several speakers, citizens and politicians of all ideological persuasions, are then invited to debate after the 49.3 launch by the government to adopt pension reform without a vote. cause decision Several demonstrations in France. No explanation will be provided for the possible claims of the hacker in the continuation of the release of Key and not to my post this evening.
See also – ‘It doesn’t bother me, but…’: Geraldine Millet on the existence of co-conspirators in ‘TPMP’