“I was condemned”: the crazy anecdote of Benjamin Castaldi during one of his marriages (video)

Famous son of actor Jean-Pierre Castaldi, Benjamin is now a columnist for the program “Touche pas à mon poste” presented by Cyril Hanouna. On the show that aired last night, the columnist explained how he was convicted for destroying the camera of a paparazzi present at his wedding several years ago.

Eccentric character of the French television landscape, Benjamin Castaldi has once again given a surprising anecdote about his past life. At one of his weddings, he explains that he invited a large number of people for whom the cameras and telephones had been removed.

Except that, during the meal, an element will intrigue him. Two people he didn’t know had managed to sit at one of the tables. “The two guys had managed to embed the evening with cameras to take photos“. Directly, Benjamin Castaldi and his security team decide to kick these people out.

Once outside, he says:I took the cameras that I copiously crushed and crushed“Only, he later learned that this gesture was not legal.”The most annoying thing is that what I did is totally forbidden by law. (…) So they sued me and I was convicted” he explains.

Not sure he’ll do it again in the future.

The video below:

Source- https://www.rtl.be/people/potins/-j-ai-ete-condamne-la-folle-anecdote-de-benjamin-castaldi-durant-un-de-ses-mariages-video–1425035.aspx