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Jun 24, 2011 8:17 AM CDT
Video Shows Cops Shoving Kissing Couple
Proves Vancouver riot moment wasn't staged
- It certainly wasn’t staged: New video has emerged showing the moments leading up to the now-legendary kiss at the Vancouver riots—and it’s clear that police knocked the couple down, hovered briefly over them, and moved on. The video shows a distraught Alexandra Thomas being comforted by Scott...
Jun 23, 2011 4:36 PM CDT
Vancouver Kissers Seek Endorsements
And perhaps some standup comedy gigs
- Lesson learned from the Vancouver riots: It pays to make out in the middle of the street. At least that’s the case for Scott Jones and Alexandra Thomas, the couple who made their name by doing so. (Jones says he gave Thomas a kiss to comfort her after she...
Kissing Couple Explain
Jun 18, 2011 10:07 AM CDT
Kissing Couple Explain 'Beautiful' Embrace
Scott Jones was comforting Alex Thomas after she fell
- Vancouver's famous kissing couple has come forward to explain their famous embrace amid the riots . Australia's Scott Jones and Canadian girlfriend Alex Thomas tell CBC they got caught up in a crowd running from advancing police when Thomas fell. "Tripped up? I'm not sure," she...
Kissing Couple Identified
From Vancouver Riots
Jun 17, 2011 11:08 AM CDT
Kissing Couple Identified From Vancouver Riots
Australian Scott Jones was comforting girlfriend Alexandra Thomas
- That didn't take long: The couple kissing in what is fast becoming an iconic photo from the Vancouver riots has been identified as Scott Jones, a 29-year-old Australia native, and his Canadian girlfriend, Alexandra Thomas. Jones' father explains to the
what happened: “She had actually been...
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