Comedian Russell Brand was invited to make an appearance on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program Hannity, but the show cancelled on him last minute. Rather than sulk over the missed opportunity, Brand decided to take his show The Trews to Fox News headquarters. Things escalated pretty quick when the comedian began recording his episode. Catch the heated back and forth with Brand and security here:
As Brand began to dig into the deep points of his segment, a guard comes outside and gestures at the pavement saying, “You can’t film here, this is private property.” When Brand questions the guard by asking who owns the building, the guard responds: “It doesn’t matter, do you want to get arrested?” Later in the segment brand asks for a tour, which is denied. While Hannity may have been trying to avoid unwanted attention by canceling his appearance on the show they may have just added fuel to the fire.