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January 16, 2016 / Posted by:

The bus driver who threw a discount polyester abuelita wig on his head, sprayed Jean Nate on his crotch and smeared old Bonne Bell bubblegum lipstick on his lips to stand behind a senior center director at a press conference.

This wreck of a story is like the beginning of an early 80s sitcom starring Susan Clark from Webster and Danny DeVito. Rhode Island really produced some batshit insanity earlier this month when Sue Stenhouse, the executive director of the Senior Enrichment Center in Cranston, resigned after she asked a male employee to do himself up in lazy grandma drag for a press conference. NBC 10 (via NYDN) says that a couple of weeks ago, Sue held a press conference to talk about kids shoveling snow for old people and she got the senior center’s van driver to stand behind her while dragged up like a memaw, because she wanted to put out a good image in front of the cameras.

Apparently, Sue asked the van driver to get into “Mrs. Doubtfire’s mama” cosplay, because it was colder than Nicole Kidman’s clit outside and she didn’t want the real old people to get sick. Here’s a clip from NBC 10 of the fraudulent Thelma Harper looking like he’d rather be rolling naked in the snow than pretending to be a granny in a press conference. Dude’s face is saying FML in every second of this clip.

Once NBC10 pulled the old lady wig off of the van driver’s head and exposed the whole crazy stunt, Sue resigned. The van driver was not punished. Sue says that she did nothing wrong and posted some words of defense that her friend wrote on Facebook:

It is just like Sue to protect the seniors she served. I commend her for thinking of the safety of the frail seniors. It was 26 degrees last Tuesday and slippery by the snow pile (which was a prop as there was no snow)! Knowing Sue, I’m sure she was also thinking of the possibility of putting a “real” senior in harm’s way should someone recognize that person and go to their home to take advantage of them. I commend Sue and the staffer for putting safety first!

Anyone who attends PR events knows they are staged. Political press events are often staged; ribbon cuttings; ordinance /law signing ceremonies; to name a few. In politics campaign ads are staged with the perfect demographic representation in the mix. How is this any different?

Sad to see that politics takes precedence over a great victory for both the senior high students and the senior residents of the City of Cranston.

I’m with Sue’s friend. First of all, no oldie wants to freeze their ass cheeks off while standing in the cold during some stupid press conference. Second of all, Sue Stenhouse should get a damn promotion for coming up with this hilarious scheme. Everything about this is amazing from the dude looking like Chris Farley as the Lunch Lady (the later years) to the highly official name tag on his coat from The Limited. None of this story makes any sense and I love it.

Pics: Latino Public Radio

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