‘Riot Kiss’ Couple Found

June 18, 2011 by Post Team 

'Riot Kiss' Couple Found‘Riot Kiss’ Couple Found, It is perhaps the lasting image of inexplicable and absurd riots in Vancouver, which erupted after the Canucks game 7 losses to Boston in the Stanley Cup final. A young couple set out on the streets between protesters and riot police at the time caught somewhere between the feeling of love and defying a police order. I know I always set the mood for me.

The mystery persisted in was who were the lovers who find the smell of tear gas to be romantic? That mystery is at one end as CSC did some digging to find out who was who she was the mixture of insanity and reminds us of a certain Beatles song.

It turns out that the couple is quite some fun to the story on their own. CBC News:

The mystery of the identity of the couple kissing while lying on a street in Vancouver as riot police battled the crowds after the Canucks’ Stanley Cup loss has emerged as Australia’s Scott Jones and his Canadian girlfriend Alex Thomas.

Jones said the family has been in Canada for six months, working as a bartender and trying to get into acting and stand-up comedy. At least one of the comedy routines has been posted on YouTube.

That is absolutely the perfect place for a guy who is waiting to be famous to be trapped in. As a result, the father of Brett Scott was able to confirm that it was his son Scott to the end of Perth, Australia, as photography became a viral success almost immediately.

Brett Jones said the couple had been in the last game of the NHL, and after the madness after the loss spilled into the street, the two were caught in the violence.

“They were between riot police and demonstrators and riot police actually charging forward, and Alex was knocked out by a [police] shield and fell to the ground,” he told CBC News. “[Scott] was comforting and gave a kiss to say:” It’s going to be fine, and the photographer just took the photo at that time. ”

Brett Jones said Scott is very good, and Alex suffered a bruised leg hit the ground.
With Thomas Jones now be identified, we have a strange feeling her newfound fame will ensure you look far more on television and the Internet for quite some time. The picture is amazing and the time of “serenity between madness” gives the kind of emotion that is so rare in any type of photography. Although the situation was terrible and the reasons for this to happen do not make sense, it is surprising to see something as seemingly beautiful out of it. Here’s hoping that her fame does not go to her head.

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