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Students fault slow police response to Swift bomb
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14 November 2014
The students were taking a selfie when they were photobombed by American pop singing sensation Taylor Swift. Student Mikey Fenn said Swift jumped into the photo of the students without their consent. "Who does she think she is?" Fenn asked later. "She just came out of nowhere and BAM! Right into our photo. She does have, like, millions of dollars, and billions of fans, but what gives?"
Fenn told police there was a trespasser. When Fenn described her as the famous pop star, Fenn said police regarded his call as frivolous or even a prank. Fellow student Brianna Smith begged police to come, as they feared for their safety when Swift lingered and signed autographs. Smith forced boyfriend Randall MacDonald to shelter at the Taco Bell he was dining at out of concern for his safety. Though six crunchy tacos and two 7-level burritos passed before police arrived, they escorted Swift off campus for lack of a guest permit, but did not arrest her.
When Fenn and Smith called for prosecution, police refused, suggesting they instead merely retake the selfie in Swift's absence. The students are picketing the police department and calling for tighter measures on campus against trespassing. However, University president John Broderick had no comment, leaving it unclear whether the University will take action to tighten security.
Parent/activist Mary Bowen proposed redefining "trespassing" to include only those without power and influence, as she is contemplating a picket line of her own at the Administration Building.
- Erica Greenway "Students upset over delay in ODU sexual assault alert". WTKR, November 12, 2014
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