Alec Baldwin tells David Letterman about his paparazzi run-in
Baldwin stands accused (at least in the court of public opinion) of roughing a Daily News photographer who was laying in wait for him outside the Manhattan courthouse where he and fiance Hilaria Thomas had just secured a marriage license.
"I think you can see I'm forming the letter F with my mouth," says Baldwin, pointing at the Daily News cover. "And what I'm saying is -- I said to him as I walked up to him, 'What F-stop are you on with the camera?' And he said, 'I'm on a something,' and I said, 'That's not the F-stop ... You have to set the camera on the right F-stop.'"
Letterman is Baldwin's latest stop on the "parodying my rage-filled outburts" tour. In December 2011, he appeared on "Saturday Night Live" to poke fun at American Airlines for kicking him off of a flight for playing Words with Friends on his iPhone.