As the filming of Sacha Baron Cohen's newest comedy 'Bruno' has begun, it was reported that the shooting has already generated outrage from Wichita Mid-Continent Airport's officials.
Apparently, Sacha Baron Cohen, the British comedian who made Borat character famous, would not be shunned away from problems with his comedy films. After being sued by many for his hit mockumentary comedy "Borat", the Golden Globe-winning actor's film crew have allegedly made the airport securities at the Wichita Mid-Continent Airport floundering about when filming his latest comedy "Bruno".
Kansas.com reported that the filming of the Universal Pictures' comedy has generated "red alert" on the airport officials as a film crew of a film about a European man going to America stripped down to their tight shorts. After stripping down, the crew then said to be dancing, kissing and fighting in the airport lobby. It is unknown though whether Cohen was among the crew as the online publication didn't note him nor his character in the article.
Though getting away without any tickets, the film crew reportedly were asked to leave the airport. Additionally, aside from creating outrage at the airport, a report claimed that Cohen, who portrays an openly gay European fashion journalist in the film, and his crew have spoiled an Easter play at a Kansas church by "turning up in chains". People at Celebitchy.com have also found a video footage of Bruno having to interview some Christians. The footage can be seen below.
Bruno's Interview With Christian People: