A video of a naked Mike Rowe holding a 12-gauge shotgun might go viral on social media. But rumors are swirling that Rowe might be a victim of a stalker who was behind in operating the drone over his house.
Multiple sources have already stated about death hoax on Rowe but FX News Call reported that Rowe seemed a subject of a stalker. Rowe recounted that a buzzing sound from a drone hovering from his bedroom window. Rowe made a full account of what took place with his post on Facebook.
Rowe noted that by instinct he took his shotgun and phone to check where the drone was. He also forgot to put on any shirt as well. He narrated that he was just 15-feet from where the drone was hovering and pointed his gun. As he was about to pull the trigger, reality hit him and it comes to his mind that once he shoots down the drone, videos of him doing it will surely go viral on social media.
Instead of pulling the trigger, Rowe took out his phone, took a picture of the drone and aired his frustration online as well. Rumors stated that Rowe pulled the trigger but the “Deadliest Catch” narrator stated that in as much as he wanted, he managed to keep his cool.
“I’d like to tell you I stopped because I realized that discharging my weapon in such a fashion would be frowned on by the local constabulary. But really, what stopped me was the realization that somewhere nearby, a drone operator was staring at his monitor, pondering the image of a very naked guy with a very familiar face, pointing a shotgun into the lens of his Go Pro and looking every bit as crazy as Gary Busey and Nick Nolte at the nadir of their careers,” Rowe said in his post.
Aside from posting Rowe has not talked with law enforcers to investigate about who was at the end of operating the said drone. Rowe is now scared for his safety as the operator of the drone could be a sick, twisted-minded stalker.
The 54-year old “Dirty Jobs” host noted that news feed of his naked shotgun stint might hit the anytime soon. But Rowe is not scared if his naked video leaks out as long as he is not a subject of a hate crime or a subject of a stalker in town.
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