Ahmadinejad accosted in Iran; woman jumps on car

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 17, 2012 21:14

 
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was taken by surprise as he was accosted by local Iranians of the city of Nader Abbas during a visit Tuesday, Channel Two news reported.

In a video aired by the news channel, one protester is heard yelling at Ahmadinejad "I am a pensioner," complaining about his economic plight. One female protester was filmed climbing onto Ahmadinejad's open-aired car and engaging him in an inaudible conversation.

Ahmadinejad's caravan was unable to proceed until he got the woman to sit in the backseat of his car. 

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