I’m not going to pretend to understand why some people do the things that they do. So much about human behavior baffles me, and it would take a whole lot more than a little intro paragraph for me to get into that. But I will say that while I don’t understand a whole lot of what people do, that doesn’t mean I can’t get any amusement from it.
Now cue the flour bomb on Kim Kardashian:
Here’s the story from E!:
The reality star was doing interviews at a launch party held at the London Hotel in West Hollywood for her new fragrance True Reflection tonight, when—out of nowhere—a younger female fan (we guess you could call her that) threw an entire bag of flour on Kim.
Was she super P.O.’ed?
Not at all!
“That probably is the craziest, unexpected, weird thing that ever happened to me,” Kim told us. “Like I said to my makeup artist, I wanted more powder and that’s a whole lot of translucent powder right there,” she said, laughing off the entire ordeal.
Kris Jenner commented on the “festive” event, telling us, “If anybody comes at me with something, call security.”
Khloè Kardashian Odom was not at the event but tweeted, “I wish I was with my sister tonight. I bet you that woman wouldn’t have dared tried a thing…”
The mystery woman tried to run away, but Kardashian’s rep held her and security escorted her away. According to a press release from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Kim did not want to press charges but a non-criminal battery report was still filed. The woman was later released.
Like a lady, Kim walked away calmly after the initial assault, got cleaned up and returned back to the carpet about 10 minutes later.
There’s no exact reasoning as to why this woman did what she did, but some media members said they heard her saying something about fur (uh-oh).
Regardless, everyone was cheering and applauding our Kimmy once she returned. What a good sport!
TMZ adds that the fire department was called to “examine the powder and deal with any possible danger,” as if anyone hated Kim Kardashian enough to throw a big ol’ handful of anthrax on her. On second thought…
Speaking of throwing a handful of powder on someone, what is your stance on that? This is obviously less colorful than the far superior glitter bomb, but is anything like that ever ok? I think my hesitation to take one side or the other is because while glitter is one of my favorite things and I would love nothing more than to get a glitter bomb straight to the face, I would be mad pissed if some bitch came up and threw a handful of flour at my head. There would be serious words had with the woman that did that to me, so I guess I kind of have to hand it to Kim here for showing that much composure.
What do you guys think?