Monday, March 16, 2009
RIOT AT AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL AUDITIONS
Pandemonium erupted outside of an "America's Next Top Model" casting call at CW Studios in midtown Saturday when an overheating car triggered a stampede of catwalk-craving cuties. Screaming as they ran for their lives, hundreds of hotties in heels toppled over barricades along W. 55th St. after several people in the crowd started yelling, "There's a bomb!"
FULL STORY HERE
Three people were arrested and six others hurt after bedlam broke out in an audition queue for TV show "America's Next Top Model". Police said they didn't know what prompted the chaos, involving hundreds of people outside the Park Central New York hotel in Manhattan. The panic left the street outside the hotel littered with shoes and clothing, according to news reports. "It was pretty scary," Jessica Paravati told WNYW-TV. She said she was caught up in a stampede after waiting in line overnight, hoping for a shot at stardom on the reality show. Two women and a man were arrested on disorderly conduct charges, police said. Authorities also shut down the audition, saying it wasn't properly organised.