There’s a thin line between bragging and bluffing. It looks like George Lazenby didn’t understand the difference between the two when he was giving his interview in front of a packed audience at the Perth Concert Hall event. The actor who played his role in a 007 flick ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’ was so self-centered during the interview that he focused just on telling people how he did the wrong things in the book of ethics.
It’s worth noting that there were parents with kids in attendance that wanted to see him, but it looks like things went otherwise. The actor has been dropped off his Melbourne section after the audience found his interview disinteresting.
He talked about how he followed a girl and then had physical relations with her. His words were all homophobic and didn’t seem like the words coming from someone who has a space in society. His words spoke about his personality more than the actor’s.
People would rather refrain from coming closer to him after the interview. The interview hit rock bottom when he thought that his actions were cool and not something to be sad about. His work in the movie was appreciated but the interview made him the bad person in this situation. Whether he understands his mistake or not is completely evident from his actions.
Some people didn’t find this good at all, and that is why he has been cut from Melbourne’s leg. It must be noted that there comes a great deal of responsibility when you attain a name and fame. Not using it to exercise caution can lead to a plethora of problems. George Lazenby forgot it, but if you are reading it then you should understand what to say, when to say and how to say it.
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