Antonin Scalia Teaches Sicilian
Tuesday, March 28, 2006
(SNN Boston) U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia startled reporters with an impromptu language lesson.
The Justice was attending a special mass for lawyers, judges and politicians at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. As he exited a reporter from the Boston Herald asked Scalia what he thought about the separation of church and state. Scalia flipped his middle finger at the reporter and proclaimed, "That's Sicilian."
Then the Justice continued, "Sicilian is a remarkable dialect. This is how you tell someone you like them." The Justice then began rubbing his groin and emitting low moans.
A photographer with "The Pilot", the Archdiocese of Boston's newspaper got a picture of Scalia rubbing his groin. "Don't publish that," Scalia told the photographer.
After the special mass, Scalia was keynote speaker at a Catholic Lawyer's Guild luncheon, where he again touched himself.