It was absolutely obvious he did not want to talk to the guy and he did not want him following him. It is an edited video so we don't know what was said in between the edits, but really it doesn't matter. Would you think you were welcome to keep talking to someone after the first part of the video? If that guy did that to you would you think he wanted to keep talking to you? Would you think you were welcome? This is an objective question and situation and any person who is not an idiot would know that he was obviously not welcome to follow the guy into his private property. If the reporter wrongly assumed he COULD go in there then he was wrong. That's his fault. Perhaps he should have been more cautious.
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