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Photos, Video: Nasty Protestors Attempt To Ruin Comic Con, Fail Horribly

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Stan Lee's L.A. Comic Con, formerly known as Comikaze, is going down at the Convention Center this weekend. And while thousands of pop culture, sci-fi, and comic book fans have descended on downtown L.A., of course a few ignorant jerks had to try and ruin and the fun. Too bad they didn't!

LAist photographer Annie Lesser reported that the protestors were, unsurprisingly, saying some "incredibly offensive" things. One man told a woman dressed as Snow White, "I will not talk to you until you put a jacket on. You should be ashamed of yourself showing that cleavage." The same man also repeated that all of the women inside Comic Con are having sex before marriage, which is why they dress in sexy cosplay outfits.

He also said that he was a "legal Hispanic," but demanded to see the citizenship papers of two Latino teenagers outside the Convention Center, called them "illegals" and shouted that they "go back to their own country."

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He also ranted about gay marriage, believing that all of the men wearing leotards were gay. When a young man confronted him for being so offensive, he shoved back, but that's about as physical as it got because of a strong police presence.

Here's the douchebag's best screed, as noted by Lesser:

This is what nerds do on a Saturday afternoon? What a waste of time! I know inside of a nerd like you is a normal guy like me! This isn't how god created us! He didn't have us walking around with a cape and tight pants. Most of you wouldn't go to work dressed like this! Look at this guy [pointing to a Michael Myers], you wouldn't survive in the real world.

Lol, ok bro.

We'll have more on the actual goings-on inside Comic Con later this weekend.