In a reprise of her attack on a journalist in a Bangkok airport in 1996, the brilliant but mercurial Bjork wordlessly attacked Glenn Jeffrey, a photographer with The New Zealand Herald, yesterday in Auckland. He had apparently ignored requests from Bjork's companion to stop shooting pictures.
"I took a couple of pictures and I got about three or four frames of her," Jeffrey said, "and as I turned and walked away she came up behind me, grabbed the back of my black skivvy [sweatshirt] and tore it down the back. As she did this she fell over, she fell to the ground. At no stage did I touch her or speak with her."
Naturally, police declined to investigate or press charges, in accordance with international "celebrities can do whatever the hell they want" laws.
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