Jack Warner responds to a parody of him by 'comedian fool' John Oliver
Complete with dramatic music, some unusual name calling, and the cold, steely glare we've come to know so well in recent weeks, former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner took to the airwaves in Trinidad to respond to "comedian fool" John Oliver.
Oliver, who hosts the HBO comedy-news show "Last Week Tonight," recently purchased time on Trinidad and Tobago national television to parody Warner and ask him to release the avalanche of evidence he said he was ready to unleash following his indictment.
We could go on, but as usual, Warner pretty much says it all here:
Warner was also pictured looking "visibly aggrieved" by the Daily Mail when handing over his passport on Wednesday.
"Any person with the level of resources that Mr Warner has would be considered a flight risk," Trinidad Attorney General Garvin Nicholas said. "We certainly made it a lot more difficult for him to escape or leave the country."