Prince Harry upset that appearance on '60 Minutes' wasn't 60 minutes
LOS ANGELES (The Egg) — In a recent interview with a random man who was only half-listening, Prince Harry complained that his appearance on CBS’ “60 Minutes” on Sunday wasn't a full 60 minutes long.
The random man reported that Harry found him walking alongside Highway 192 near Montecito after his car broke down, and stopped to give him an autographed copy of his memoir “Spare,” as well as to conduct an impromptu interview about Harry’s life.
“I thought I would get a ride to the gas station, but Prince Harry just gave me a book,” the man told reporters. “He then started complaining about his recent interview on ‘60 Minutes’ not being long enough.”
“He was pretty upset he didn’t get the full 60 minutes as the name suggests, or even a 10-part docuseries about his private life that he didn’t want people to know about,” he continued.
The man also said Harry wanted him to ask deeply personal questions about his life as a royal, such as things involving sex, drugs, his relationship with his mother, or a combination of things that even Sigmund Freud wouldn’t have asked.
“Overall, I got kinda weirded out by him. I started running when he asked about my family's fertility rituals. He then followed me in his car for half an hour until I escaped by lying next to the curb and pretended to be roadkill,” the man told reporters once he was safe.
Royal officials haven’t commented on the incident yet, but Harry’s neighbors said this sounds like a typical occurrence in their neighborhood.
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