Sunday, June 10, 2007

Brookline police confront divine problem

Police confronting a man outside the Trader Joe's in Brookline (parking lot side) on Sunday afternoon. Seems his signs and loud praising of Jesus was weirding out the customers. The customers complained to the staff, who in turn called the authorities.




I'm all for religious freedom, but this guy did seem a little pushy (from the part I witnessed anyway).



I realize the angle of the photos is kind of odd, but the presence of police officers kept me from getting any pictures of they guy's signs ("Praise Jesus" and etc...), as well as his manner of dress (black cassock-like thing, HUGE cross around his neck).

4 comments:

adamg said...

Read all about Brother Nathanael. The kidlet and I saw him waving his flag and crucifix as we drove through Coolidge Corner on Saturday; I had to explain to her what he was doing.

Sarah said...

wait, there's a trader joe's in coolidge corner? i've been away from home for MUCH too long...

Rich said...

what's he been smoking?

Anonymous said...

Jews keep the good guys for themselves ( look how many Nobel Price winners they have) and let us Christian all their crap. It is not fair!