7 thoughts on “Bryan Tew watches, films a man masturbating in public”

  1. That one made me laugh out loud. Tew saying “penis” and then recording the guy. Or was this just a hallucination? Tew has been up for days, he is on Xanax, and probably has the worst case of jet lag known to man.

  2. The unsaid implication in the video is that “they” sent a fellow crazy homeless guy to masturbate in front of him for his own “entertainment” because “they” know that Bryan Tew enjoys watching other men masturbate.

    1. I am sure he will be able to find more gay encounters in Paris. He has a video o now where he walks past the Louvre and says It looks like some huge museum or something “ then points his camera at a McDonalds and says he isn’t interested in the museum and he just wants to go to McDonalds.

        1. Maybe he wanted to see if a Quarter Pounder really is called “Le Royale” in France. (Yes, it is.)

          I admit I might have visited “les Arches d’Or” a few times when I went to Paris, but, after paying for the hotels, I didn’t have too much money to eat fancy.

  3. I’m wondering how this disabled, in pain, can’t walk far, disoriented, sleep-deprived tourist is going to walk the 20 blocks to see the Eifel up close.
    Once again, he is either a scammer or so disconnected with reality he can’t remember his own story.

    1. My opinion is that he’s partially disabled. He has documentation of injuries he received on the job some years ago that he shared. I believe him when he says he is in pain. Pain seems to be the only thing that impairs his mobility but that can be managed with painkillers or part-time use of a wheelchair or other pain management techniques. I’m certain he could work any number of jobs where he doesn’t have to walk, stand, or lift too much.

      I believe the fakery is in him claiming he’s entitled to “100% disability” status which entitles him to a lot more money. I know he’s had back-and-forth with the State of Ohio over his status. They tried to put him on partial disability but he was able to win back full disability with an attorney’s help and 3rd world doctors who were willing to support his scheme. I’ve submitted documentation of his frequent travels and demonstrated mobility to BWC’s fraud team but I don’t believe any action was taken as a result. I might do it again.

      I think the loophole in the law is that they don’t require people like Tew or his doctors to reside in America. When he was examined by state side doctors who have reputations to uphold, they were skeptical. When he goes to doctors in Nicaragua, they’re pleading to keep him on total disability and don’t really have to worry about anyone questioning their medical opinions.

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