UPDATE: Colleen spoke to PhillyMag.com to discuss what happened. See below for link.
This is one way to get fired! As a member of the media myself, we MUST be very careful what we do in public. You just can't act this way, my friend! Needless to say, there is now a job opening in Philadelphia.
According to New York City comic Wil Sylvince, who was also at Helium Comedy Club on Sunday, Colleen Campbell, who works at WPHL 17 in Philly, was asked to leave the club because she was being loud during the show. (Helium wouldn’t comment on what happened.) And it was once she left the club that her problems really began.
As Sylvince’s video shows, an incredibly even-tempered Philadelphia police officer shows up and tries to get her to just go home. Instead, she attempts to spit in someone’s face and then goes off in a big way on the cop.
WARNING: There is QUITE a bit of profanity in the video below. But more the reason to enjoy it!
PHL17 has already scrubbed all of her info from their website. Good luck on your future endeavors, Colleen!
UPDATE: Colleen spoke to Phillymag.com to discuss her debacle on Sunday Night