Actor NormanReedus, who plays in the television series "the Walking dead", was bitten by a fan of his work on the zombie Congress in upstate new York (Walker Stalker Con), informs Daily Mail. 46-year-old lady asked Reedus to take a picture with her and bit the artist - according to her statement, from an excess of emotion.
AP didn't get hurt and doesn't want to attract the fan to criminal liability. Exactly where admirer actor had bitten, not installed. The fairer sex for life has been banned from zombie-Walker Stalker Con Congress.
"Finally met the love of his life and was VAC banned and lost 2 paid in advance for $ 100 way to take a picture with the star because he lost his head. Don't understand what came over me. Standing next to him, I came so stimulated that bit him. I had no intention of hurting him. I'm Sorry, Norman!" - posted by a fan on Twitter. After this incident, she closed her own account for other people's guests.
The Telegraph has published in his Instagram photo in a t-shirt that says, "do Not bite me."
The walking dead is an American post-apocalyptic television series created by Frank Darabont ("the Shawshank redemption"). A television movie based on the eponymous comic book series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard. The plot revolves around a group of people on the planet that tries to endure all the hardships after the zombie Apocalypse.
The premiere of the series took place on 31 October 2010. Season 1 was nominated for the award "Golden globe" as best drama series. The main role was played by British actor Andrew Lincoln. NormanReedus plays the role of a Stalker of Daryl Dixon.
Season 6 of "the Walking dead" was launched on 11 October 2015. Its premiere was watched by 14.6 million people. Currently, according to experts, the zombie series - the highest rated TV show among the contemplators aged 18 to 49 years.
Walker Stalker Con is an international Convention of fans of zombie aesthetics. Is conducted several times a year since 2013 in different localities of the United States and England.