Ed Team

William Shatner's Gay Panic

Filed By Ed Team | May 17, 2008 7:30 AM | comments

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Tags: gay panic, William Shatner

"I was wandering around Times Square and this guy says, 'I'm going to Radio City Music Hall, would you like to come?' And I said, 'Oh, yes' - [I thought] wow, New York is everything I heard it was going to be! We're in the audience, I'm a young hot-blooded Canadian and out come the dancing girls, a plethora of women - and I feel his hand brush my knee. I thought, well, it's an accident, then I felt it again. What the [bleep]? I got up and ran out."

-- William Shatner describes his gay panic moment in a new autobiography. Just don't tell George Takei.


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