Sacha Baron Cohen has been showing up all over Kansas to film his "Borat" follow up, based on his gay Austrian fashion reporter character, named "Bruno." As always, Cohen has been stirring up trouble, which was caught on a cell phone camera.
According to a Kansas newspaper, The Wichita Eagle, airport officials thought they were doing a film crew a favor by letting them film a "European man" visiting America. But when the crew stripped down to their tight short shorts and began dancing in the lobby of Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport, the terminal crew knew they had been duped.
The film crew came to the airport March 18th, met with officials, signed a contract agreeing to pay the airport $1,050 to film there and started some normal filming. They were accompanied by an airport security guard.
"They did have permission," airport director Victor White said. "But once they started the actual filming is when they pulled what I like to call a Borat-style stunt."
Brad Christopher, assistant director of airport operations, said the film crew tossed off their coats and did some "kissing" and "fighting" in the hallway leading to the security area at the airport. "At that point, we didn't feel like we had any law enforcement issues," he added. But it was "inappropriate." Christopher asked the crew to leave, and the crew left peacefully.