Cameron Leslie tells of horror in Oslo
Mon, 25 Jul 2011 7:00p.m.
Just before midnight NZT, Anders Brievik will appear in a Norwegian court, following the calculated massacre of at least 93 people.
Cameron Leslie is a New Zealand sales rep working in Oslo, who was at the gym just 50 metres from the government building where Brievik detonated a bomb – killing seven and injuring dozens of others.
Mr Leslie talks to Campbell Live about the terrifying experience.
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25/08/2011 7:08:28 p.m.
Wannabe reporter trying to hard when he should stick to his day job... finishing lifting his sets....one word...JOKE
16/08/2011 2:38:29 p.m.
Cameron gave a very good account of what happened as he saw it. Considering he's not a professional reporter he did well. TV 3 should snap him up and give Cameron a job as a reporter.
7/08/2011 1:58:04 a.m.
The witness is lying. Does he even lift!!! No way he's benching 165kg, he looks like he couldn't even lift the bar.
Obv E-stats and Trollin by witness
MISC 4 LIFE!!!!!
5/08/2011 10:40:04 p.m.
People on this and the FB page are overlooking something in their comments - 'it could have been world war for all we knew' lol
4/08/2011 7:39:33 p.m.
Obviously everyone has completely misconstrued what this guy was saying. Kiwis make me laugh. We love to immediately tear someone down who we THINK has got above themselves.
Think about it. He said "finished his set" as in he had to stop doing his reps immediately to evacuate the building. Also whether he meant pounds or kgs he was simply implying he had a lot of weight and it could have been dangerous when the bomb went off.
Still funny though ;)
4/08/2011 6:37:28 p.m.
THE DUDE wrote:
"Windows on buildings 6 FEET up"?. They must have some small buildings.
3/08/2011 7:41:56 p.m.
Um.... Yeah I'm pretty sure he's not taking the piss
3/08/2011 1:27:50 p.m.
Any person with half a brain and sense of humor would know he's blatantly taking the piss, and the subtleness and of it just makes it funnier. I agree the joke is out of place due to the seriousness of the situation, but for me this is humour at its best.
2/08/2011 10:42:43 p.m.
Newsman Campbell, great TV mate, legendary.Cameron is the new Antoine Dodson!!!!!Can someone do a song for him like that? Take note however that, unlike the US and Australia, New Zealand does not recognise parody as an exeption to copyright. Newsman might need his cut...Cameron might have rights too (god bless him, who would deny him some royalties in order to get a Home Gym of his own? Weights are expensive, especially when you lift soooo much)cuJimmy C
2/08/2011 7:46:24 a.m.
What a douche bag. Typical kiwi, misplaced jokes, and never very funny. No sense of humor. Now he is the joke of the century and he wonders why. World meet the Kiwi
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