Hillary & Chelsea Clinton’s Recent Broadway Musical Experience Was Interrupted After Unknown Person Defecated In Theater Aisle
The former first lady and first daughter were in the middle of watching the show in the Shubert Theater when someone reportedly defecated in the aisle next to them. According to reports, an insider claimed that during intermission, the lights came on and there were two turds in the aisle lying adjacent to the Clintons.
Thankfully, the incident was reportedly handled quickly by the theater’s staff before the second act began. The insider added that the mother-daughter-duo were good sports as they stayed to watch the rest of the show.
As of now, it’s unclear who pooped in the theater aisle or why they did so. One person said the circumstance was caused by an elderly person and insinuated that it was just an accidental “sad” matter. However, the first insider said a staff member revealed that this was the fourth time someone took a dump in the Shubert Theatre.
Hillary Clinton and her daughter have not spoken about the incident at this time.
Now that that’s settled, Hillary Clinton is back to her former first lady duties. The 75-year-old – who is also a renowned women’s rights advocate – was recently named as the keynote speaker for the 12th Annual Evangelina Menendez Women’s History Month Celebration.
The event was created by U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, the late son of Evangelina Menendez. Menendez holds the occasion to celebrate his mother who ambitiously moved to the United States from Cuba to give her children a better life.
When he announced Hillary Clinton as this year’s speaker, Sen. Menendez said,
“It’s my honor to welcome Secretary Clinton to New Jersey to be the keynote speaker at my 12th annual Women’s History Month Celebration. Her gracious service to our country has left an enormous legacy and has made her an iconic trailblazer who has paved the way for millions of American women for the generations to come.”
The celebration will take place at Montclair State University on March 26.
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