Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger gets police caution for using tripod


File photo dated 22/03/13 of Alan Rusbridger, who will step down as editor in chief of the Guardian after 20 years next summer, he said today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday December 10, 2014. See PA story MEDIA Guardian. Photo credit should read: PA/PA Wire Alan Rusbridger is stepping down from his post (Picture: PA Wire)

This is Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief at The Guardian.

Here he is upsetting someone by taking a photo in Hampstead Heath.

This guy. He’s not happy.

(Picture: Unhappy man (Picture: Alan Rusbridger/Instagram)

Rusbridger said: ‘So I took this unremarkable picture on Hampstead Heath this morning. The minute speck in the middle of the picture became very upset…’

Then this happened.

Lol. He got cautioned by police for ‘illegal use of a tripod’. How ridiculous is that?

But he couldn’t resist using it as a soapbox. He said: ‘Unlike some editors I believe in taking the rap when caught red-handed.’

Our hero editor, Alan Rusbridger.

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