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This Sacramento-based features reporter had the hair-brained idea to manhandle classic cars on camera, even jumping on the hood of an exhibition vehicle.

CBS Sacramento 13 fired features reporter Angel Cardenas following major backlash after a live on-air segment showed Angel damaging classic cars and jumping on an exhibition vehicle before the Sacramento International Auto Show, a three-day auto show held at Cal Expo every year, opened to the public.

CBS Sacramento deleted the video after a public outcry on social media from car enthusiasts and Sacramento residents but fortunately, several news viewers took it upon themselves to DVR the news, sharing that deleted segment on Facebook.
 

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Anything to get the shot. I have witnessed the aftermath first-hand from movie shoots, TV shoots, commercial shoots, and TV reporters, and it has always been shocking. One of the worst I ever saw was about twenty years ago when Coca Cola shot a TV commercial on a nearby beach located in a state park. Oh, they had permission to shoot there, but the destruction they left behind to what is a highly protected native coastal habitat was visible for years. Again, anything to get the shot.
 
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