Fox News producer and interviewer Jesse Watters tweeted that he got pulled over by the police in Michigan, before adding that the officer “just wanted to say hi” — a photo was included showing him posing with an unidentified officer.
Got pulled over by the police in Michigan, turns out he just wanted to say hi, phew! pic.twitter.com/Y8YhX5RvDI
— Jesse Watters (@jessebwatters) January 13, 2014
Watters is becoming well known for his “Watters World” segment on the top rated cable news show “The O’Reilly Factor.”
The budding celebrity expressed a sense of relief that his brush with the law was not over something more serious, but his fans decided to have some fun with it anyway:
@jessebwatters police state. Lol
— Zeke Montgomery (@montgomeryzeke) January 13, 2014
@jessebwatters Hey, where’s his left hand?
— Gus Stevens (@space_pen) January 13, 2014
@jessebwatters Now watch the poor guy get suspended for taking his picture with you.
— ANGEL (@miamiarchangel) January 13, 2014
Host Bill O’Reilly said last week that Watters was on “special assignment,” and one fan was quick to call him out for revealing where that was. It remains to be seen if O’Reilly lets him off the hook!
@jessebwatters so now we know where your secret assignment for “The Factor” took you!
— Jeff Raykovich (@JeffRaykovich) January 13, 2014
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