At some point or another we've all been heckled by the man for our photography but this is taking it to an extreme. Turns out photography based t-shirts aren't even safe. Jared Polin, of Fro Knows Photo recently had a run-in at a Six Flags amusement park because of his signature "I SHOOT RAW" t-shirt.
In the original story (from his Raw Talk podcast) Jared describes being stopped by security just inside the gates where security personal and supervisors demanded he wear another shirt. In the video, shot on his iPhone, The Fro tries to coax the security personnel into explaining what exactly is inappropriate about his shirt only to get vague answers involving the shirt's potential for a double-meaning. The situation finally resolves with Jared being forced to purchase another shirt (he opted for a women's shirt that read: VIP, Very Important Princess) as seen below.
Ironically enough Jared's shirt wasn't the only one with potential double meanings, below are three of his favorite offenders.
After the fact, Jared was tweeted to by Six Flags thanking him for his understanding and cooperation.
For pro-tips on avoiding trouble with the fuzz, check out John Schell's article: How to Shoot in a Big City and Not Get Hasseled by The Man.