Cairo Egypt - Intrepid CNN reporter, Anderson Cooper, reported today that 50 to 60 men riding camels charged him while he was dutifully reporting the actions of a mob rioting in the public square in Cairo. He stated that he was pummeled by 10 men after he asked why they allowed a camel to flash him.
Evidently camel flashing is notorious in Egypt, and goes back to the time when dromadaries were first used to build pyramids. Some say that camels were the first animal to pull off an inter-specie flash.
Cooper, who doesn't suffer indignation with aplomb, stated that he may have bad dreams about the "freakish" size of the camel's unit, and that nothing that he has seen on the streets of New York City could have prepared him for this "animalistic insult."
More to follow on CNN tonight.