A chaotic scene erupted and a fight broke out as former “Baywatch” actress Pamela Anderson appeared Tuesday in France’s Parliament. Reuters reports that Anderson, who was campaigning for a ban on the force-feeding of ducks and geese for foie gras, triggered a turf war as photographers scrambled for position.
“A photographer and a cameraman came to blows as those in the media scrum struggled to get shots of Anderson at a news conference,” the story reports. “Some 25 other journalists were left stuck outside for want of sufficient space for them in the room.”
The report adds: “The Canadian-born star was campaigning for a bill tabled by an environmentalist lawmaker, undeterred that it has little hope of passing in the absence of support from virtually all other members of Parliament.”