Containment Problem With Both Mel Gibson And Oil Leak Says Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger

July 25th, 2010 - 8:28 pm ICT by GD  

By Madhuri Dey
mel-2July 25, (THAINDIAN NEWS) It seems that the “Terminator” star and Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger is in a mood to take some shots at the “Road Warrior” Mel Gibson. The former had recently compared the latter to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in public and said that while the gushing oil spill could have been contained; there is no one who has been able to figure out a way to contain Mel Gibson. The comments and comparison came from the Governor on Wednesday while he was speaking to a group of utility commissioners in Sacramento.

The comparison comes after the recent abuse banter of actor Mel Gibson against his former girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva which had already gone viral on the web and brought him under media glare. Oksana Grigorieva has made a string of allegations against Mel Gibson that includes allegations of domestic violence as well. Adding oil to the already troubled present situation, a recent tape that shows Mel Gibson abusing Oksana Grigorieva has landed the former into more trouble. However, as investigators are trying to find out the authenticity of the allegations made by Oksana Grigorieva, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger took the Wednesday occasion to show his sense of humor and also hit Mel Gibson verbally.

Not only did Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger take a hit at the star but also continued it by asking the participants to turn off their cell phones because “we are expecting a call from him [Mel Gibson]“. On the part of Mel Gibson, the actor showed his sportsman like spirit by appreciating the sense of humor of Arnold Schwarzenegger. The spokesman of Mel Gibson said that he is happy to hear that the Governor is maintaining a sense of humor and added that it seems that Arnold Schwarzenegger is paving his way to return to the world of showbiz.

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