- The Washington Times - Tuesday, August 30, 2016

A new documentary on Milo Yiannopoulos will begin this year as the political provocateur travels across the country.

An exclusive by the Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday announced that filming for the documentary will begin as Mr. Yiannopoulos visits 45 college campuses over the next academic year. Mr. Yiannopoulos’ “Dangerous F–-t Tour” has a budget of $1 million dollars and a list of demands that THR labeled “outlandish.”

The following rider was authenticated by the pundit prior to THR publishing its story:

  • 50 white doves released at each show.
  • 1 snow-cone machine.
  • De-fuzzed peaches.
  • KFC thighs with the skin removed.
  • No Adele music.
  • Security personnel without T-shirts.
  • 1 full-length mirror.
  • Horse-oil hand lotion.
  • 4 topless Abercrombie & Fitch models.
  • 4 hookahs.

“Some of the things on his rider are so outlandish […] that the requests could be impossible to fill — at least legally. Insiders say the rider is not a publicity stunt (not entirely, at least) as the intention is to work those requests into the film,” THR said. “Expect Yiannopoulos, perhaps, to throw a fit when his every demand isn’t met.”

Mr. Yiannopoulos’ college tours — and the behavior of his critics — have kept him in the limelight for much of the year. His speeches have been repeatedly derailed by protesters, Twitter issued him a lifetime ban in July after “Ghostbusters” star Leslie Jones complained about his supporters, and DePaul University banned him for allegedly creating a “hostile” environment.

“Admins at @DePaulU failed to keep me safe and then blamed ME for the disruption at my lecture,” the “alt-right” hero wrote after a May 24 event in Chicago. “Now they have banned me from campus. Idiots.”

Video of the event showed student protesters ambushing the stage before a female hit Mr. Yiannopoulos in the face with his microphone. Paid security failed to usher disruptive students out of the room and restore order.

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