This Thursday morning, the reporter for the Buenos días, Madrid program on TeleMadrid, José Antonio Masegosa, went, along with a cameraman, to Cullera street in the Madrid neighborhood of Latina to cover a neighborhood complaint. As he himself explained, the neighbors were tired of a drug store that was located in that area.
Everything was working normally until two young men came up to try to stop the live connection. While one of them stayed away, a person covered with a red sweatshirt rebuked the journalist to leave the place.
“Hey, calm down, be careful to see if we are going to have to call the police,” the reporter warned. Given this, the young man did nothing more than repeat that they remove the camera. "This neighborhood is not yours and we are not going to remove the camera," replied Masegosa. The journalist, far from leaving, followed his conversation with the individual: "We are here because we are free citizens and we are going to do whatever we want."
The hooded young man assured that they could not record because there were small children in that area, to the surprise of the reporter. José Antonio Masegosa answered him, assuring that the children were at school. "I doubt very much that you are defending small children," the reporter stated.
"I'm going to puncture the wheels of the car now," the hooded man assured before leaving. "Let him go, we have experienced the tension many times," commented the presenter, Laura Gómez, from the set. However, José Antonio Masegosa has refused to let it all end there. “They are in charge of surveillance and drug distribution and they consider the neighborhood to be theirs,” he stated annoyed.
But everything has not ended there. When the reporter was recounting the problems that the neighbors were going through, a warning from the presenter put the journalist on alert. "Be careful because he is picking up a stone," said Gómez. "We're going to move away. Hey, be careful, eh," Masegosa yelled. "That man in the back with a walker having to live with riffraff like this," concluded the presenter from the set.