Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Vallauris: the angry call from Jean-Pierre Pernaut – The Point

Enough is enough! Jean-Pierre Pernaut is angry and reported on his Facebook account on Wednesday. Currently on vacation, 13 hours of TF1 newsreader took part in the controversy for the visit of King Salman of Saudi Arabia in Vallauris in the Alpes-Maritimes. He denounced, without mincing words, the attitude of the government vis-à-vis the Saudi monarch.

“It annoys beachgoers”

“It’s nerd ! I should have thought to privatize my beach vacation time … But where I am, the administration did the opposite, “denounces in his message Jean-Pierre Pernaut. “It annoys beachgoers (and leisure) multiplying checks, by measuring the distance from the sea mattresses, width spaces which have been reduced this year,” he said.

In his message posted Wednesday on his Facebook page, he continues to attack the state. “6000 jobs lost this summer on the coast … Whatever, for them, must be checked to make up with big PV if it exceeds 10 centimeters! And why not in Vallauris? And most of my beach is that very zealous officials have removed beach chairs. For them, a private beach, sunbathing is lying on mattresses. No sitting. If fuck the world and it makes you want to leave in countries where you can spend a quiet holiday. “

” These rules con “

The behavior vis-à-vis the state visit of King Salman in Vallauris Alpes-Maritimes has clearly not pleased Jean-Pierre Pernaut concludes his message with “Oh I forgot … It makes damn want to go elsewhere … or spinning a large sweep in all these rules at the con. “

From and for some reason, the message has disappeared from the reporter page. A user would have responded to Jean-Pierre Pernaut, pointing out to him that he was “very recovered,” reports Le Figaro. Response interested, “Yes, very reassembled because it gets crazy At work it is already the tassel on holiday, it’s overflowing…” And the presenter to specify all the same that he has no problem with “momentary privatization of a beach for a Head of State.”


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