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Westboro Baptist Church member David Phelps (foreground) being interviewed in a mobile studio as a 35-stone man, who was wearing no clothes, suddenly burst out of a loo to confront him
The son of gay-hate church leader Fred Phelps has been attacked live on TV by an obese naked man who sat on him and shouted 'who's your daddy now?'
Westboro Baptist Church member David Phelps was being interviewed in a mobile studio when a 35-stone man, who was wearing no clothes, suddenly burst out of a loo to confront him.
Mr Phelps was angrily commenting on a forthcoming live crucifixion, which U.S.-based TV station Battlecam intends to broadcast on Easter Sunday.
The interview quickly descended into a farce when the naked man, who is understood to call himself Billy The Fridge, burst in on proceedings
The camera blurs as the 35-stone man, known as Billy The Fridge, burst in on proceedings and jumped on the church member
Flattened: The 35-stone man wearing no clothes sat on David Phelps during the interview
But the interview quickly descended into a farce when the naked man, who is understood to call himself Billy The Fridge, burst in on proceedings.
A video of the incident was posted on YouTube and has run up nearly 30,000 hits over the last 48 hours.
An eye-witness later claimed that he saw Phelps being pursued down the street outside the mobile studio by a naked fat man.
Rob Cutler, from Topeka, Kansas, where the church is based, said: 'I was amazed, first I see David run out of a motor home and the next thing I know he's been sat on by this giant naked man who is screaming "who's your daddy now Davey?"'
The Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church has previously caused controversy in the U.S. by preaching anti-gay messages.
Battlecam is meanwhile planning to stream live footage across the internet of a man being publically crucified in Beverly Hills on Easter Sunday.
The Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church has previously caused controversy in the U.S. by preaching anti-gay messages
Founder: Fred Phelps established the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka in 1955. A placard in the background demonstrates the group's attitudes
Robert Garrison, described as 'a 30-year-old sado-masochist from Florida', will be hammered onto a giant wooden cross behind a glass window in view of passersby at Battlecam TV's headquarters in Los Angeles.
The event is billed as 'honouring the sacrifices made by our Lord, Jesus Christ' - but it as been dismissed as inappropriate by some internet users in The States.
During the crucifixion a gospel choir will be sing Easter songs and chant Psalm 22 which starts with the immortal words 'My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?'
Mr Garrison will be left impaled by 12in nails for several hours while users of Battlecam TV's social networking website are invited to comment.
When asked if he was worried whether the event would be criticised as being sacrilegious, Battlecam boss Alki David said: 'This is not disrespectful. We are bringing awareness of religion to online social networking.'
But one web user in The States commented: 'I just think there's better ways to honour him than to crucify someone.
'To me the best way to honour him is to help the kinds of people he did back when he was alive; like the poor, the sick and the starving for example.'
Mr Phelps was not available for comment.
ALSO THIS LOOK'S LIKE A SET UP.
THIS IS CRAZY.
Amen, Ann-Marie! Amen! I'll see you in hell then ;-)
If we are all reading the same BIBLE we will see that all gay people will go to HELL without repentance.AMEN.
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