Is there anything more frustrating than someone who interrupts you while you're speaking? Or keeps talking during a meeting even though you're trying to present something? Sometimes you just want to scream at them and ask what the heck their problem is.
I remember in my final year of high school, I was presenting in English class when two kids wouldn't stop talking. I stopped my entire presentation, looked at them, and said "If you haven't noticed, I'm speaking. You can stop your conversation at any time now." Needless to say, they remained silent.
It turns out celebrities are just as annoyed with this bad habit as we are! Morgan Freeman was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Screen Actors Guild awards, and during his speech he noticed a chatterbox in the front row.
To say he was annoyed is an understatement.
Just as he was about to start his speech, Freeman stopped in his tracks and called out the loud mouth. It's not clear who the offender was, but for his (or her) sake, we hope it's never revealed.
Freeman, wearing a tuxedo and a black baseball cap, pointed out the talker, saying "Hey ... I'm talking to you. Yeah, hey. Okay, well you just stand out to me. That's all."
Some people should just stay home if they don't know how to act in public. How rude to be talking at an inappropriate time.— The Delightful Diva (@Delightful_Diva) January 22, 2018
That person might be so traumatized they won't talk during a Morgan Freeman movie. Lol— Erick Rosson (@erosson27) January 22, 2018
Good for him. I hate rude people like that— Steve Patron (@BionicPatronik) January 22, 2018
Freeman also made headlines when he complained that the statues were not "gender neutral."
"I wasn't going to do this; I'm going to tell you what's wrong with this statue," he said. "It works from the back, but from the front, it's gender specific. Maybe I started something."
TMZ says they're digging to find out who the culprit is, but like we said, it's probably better for them if we don't find out.