Lawless paparazzo Carl Wu is spotted collecting up his camera and backpack next to his bicycle by some fellow photographers. The snapper faced charges last month after accidentally knocking down 'The Paperboy' star Nicole Kidman outside her hotel during New York Fashion Week to her utterly immense fury.
Photographers caught up with the freelance paparazzo, asking, 'Yo, you gonna run over Miley Cyrus too?' to which he replied with a sheepish grin. In the end, he wasn't charged by police for the accident as it wasn't deliberate, though he did incur a ticket for riding his bike on the sidewalk.
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