Khloe & Kourtney Kardashian Confetti-Bombed by a Tattooed Clown (PHOTO)

Happy Friday, you guys. Could you use a little confetti to start off your weekend? Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian did! Well, they didn't exactly mean to ... the sisters were confetti-bombed by a tattooed clown while out shopping in Venice on Friday afternoon.

There are some things you just can't make up, and this may be one of them. Khloe and Kourtney were filming for their reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, when a character known as Richie the Barber threw glitter confetti in their faces.

Richie is apparently famous in Hollyweird for his tattooed clown face. No word on why "barber" is part of his moniker.

Klhoe and Kourtney took the whole thing in stride, brushing away the glitter and continuing on to their car. You know, just another average, ordinary day, I suppose. What, you didn't get glitter-bombed by a tattooed clown today? Strange. Maybe next week?

In all seriousness, the girls' bodyguard dealt with the situation and contacted the authorities. The whole thing was filmed by E! camera crews, which means it all could have been a setup (but again, who could make this stuff up?), but I think we're all hoping that this makes the final cut for the show.

Have you ever been confetti-bombed?

 

Image via SplashNews.com

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nonmember avatar Ashley

It's part of his moniker because he's a barber. A quick Google search and you're set.

nonmember avatar stan

Is the snarky commentary/"reporting" this young woman writes supposed to be considered journalism? I think not. In her short
bio (which she wrote, I'm sure) there is the word "ingenuity." In her quest to experience what that truly means, some academic
training might be in order.

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