Frenchwoman Corine Remande poses in Lyon after she said she was taking legal action against the golf Ryder Cup event’s organizers after being hit and lost sight in her right eye on Friday’s opening day, when Brooks Koepka’s drive on the par-four sixth hole careered into the crowd at Le Golf National, near Paris.
In an interview with Agence France-Presse last week, Remande said when she was writhing on the ground moments after being hit, fans around her didn’t rush to help her but instead merely took pictures.
This is modern day galleries, they’re obsessed with getting the perfect picture.
2002 🆚 2018
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— Jamie Kennedy (@jamierkennedy) August 8, 2018