There was fire, looting, blood-spattered rioters, shattered glass, destruction and mayhem.
“I was just trying to calm her down,’’ Jones told TODAY’s Matt Lauer and Ann Curry via satellite from Vancouver in an exclusive interview alongside Thomas on Monday. “It was pretty scary for her, and it seemed like the best thing to do.’’
News outlets scrambled to find the identities of the couple. Soon Jones was dubbed the “Riot Romeo,’’ and a couple who had planned to witness the spectacle of the seventh game of the Stanley Cup found themselves a bigger spectacle.
It was not exactly the kind of excitement that Jones and Thomas had been seeking. “I would call myself a tourist,’’ Jones said. “It was Game 7, Stanley Cup finals, so something was going to happen whether we won or lost — something big. I just wanted to bear witness to what was going on. I never felt in danger while we were down there until the riot police came along.’’
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