Big Brother outcasts rejoin the real world
Three outcasts from the Big Brother reality television show – used to living in a dull fish bowl for weeks before being voted out by their fellow contestants and the audience – got a rude welcome from the real world yesterday. Protesters threw eggs and yogurt at them, putting an end to a discussion at the Athens Law School before the three could share their experience with the conservative student union which had invited them. The three – known to most Greeks simply as Katerina, Elina and Philippos – had been chatting and signing autographs before taking their seats on the panel. A group of extreme leftist students entered the packed amphitheater and began to chant slogans and throw things at the stage. Organizers of the DAP union were forced to shepherd their three guests to safety. Later the union issued a statement condemning the mockery to the meaning of democracy. Selniku, whom Rizopoulos suspected of having stabbed a couple of Albanians a fortnight ago, died instantly with a bullet in his head.