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Tony Hawk

Rolls Through

the White House

6/19/2009 7:31 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Tony Hawk has some massive ball bearings -- dude was not only brave enough to mount his skateboard and shred the checkered tile of a White House hallway, he took photos of the daring act and then posted them on his Twitter page.

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Take a good look, because these could be the last photos of Tony you'll ever see.

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beall_endall    

That is soo rude and disrespectful to do that in someones house...then the white house at that...the presidents house..

1954 days ago
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peteee    

he's ruining our country, making stalin and marx happy, but at least he doesn't have fat chicks under the desk in the oval office, performing job applications.

1954 days ago
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bob loblaw    

can you stop saying "dude" in every story? Its annoying. Who even says "dude" anymore?

1954 days ago
4.

Ron    

Typical of the lack of dignity,decorum, and respect that Barry Sotereo aka Prez For Life Idi Amin Barak Hussein Obama Dada and his classless Chicago Wife trash brought to the White House. Just another one of Our Brotha Prez Buddies cutting it up at the People House.
How disreectiful and pitiful this Chicago CLown has made this most sacred institution and Nation in such a short time. Proof positive him and his "buddies" are trying to destro our Great Nation

1954 days ago
5.

Loritas    

Seriously, that is incredibly disrespectful to all Americans, and I am Canadian......

1954 days ago
6.

Bu    

Hey we own that house! It belongs to all of us! Have fun Tony!

1954 days ago
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RaheemXavierTequilaWannaWannaWillie    

We the people own that house,And it'scool with me.


Btw.I'm sure he got permission first.I mean do you really think he could just walk in with skateboard in hand and do what he wanted with noone noticing?Just TMZ reaching again.

1954 days ago
8.

ck    

THAT is not the White House or a hallway in the White House. That is a hallway in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building which is located next to the White House. The EEOB is within the gates of the WH. (same complex, but not the WH) Nice try Tony, but you arent fooling those who work there, clown!!

1954 days ago
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JGirl    

Not NEARLY as disrespectful as our "president" with his feet on the desk in the oval office while talking on the phone. That was disgraceful and just shows how very little class he has.

1954 days ago
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stevebeagle    

yeah,,he's a shmuck

1954 days ago
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wasted days and wasted nights    

Skateboarding is not a crime. Besides, he rode in the people's part of the house, not the President's family quarters.

1954 days ago
12.

Trish    

Disrespectful. Nice to know the youth of today have such a "classy and respectful" individual to look up to now days. (Sarcasm intended)

1954 days ago
13.

jeff    

Everyone that thinks that this is disrespectful should remember something: Abe Lincoln's children used to bring their animals into the White House & they included horses.
John Quincy Adams, the sixth president also had a pet gator. His was a gift from the Marquis de Lafayette; it lived in a bathroom in the East Room of the White House. According to some reports, he enjoyed using the gator to scare his guests.
Herbert Hoover's son, Allan Henry Hoover, owned a pair of gators that were occasionally allowed to wander around the White House grounds.

Quit your grousing! There were probably also grouse living on the grounds!

1954 days ago
14.

gant77    

It may be deemed disrespectful but that is a portrait of true America. Where else in this world would you be ALLOWED to even be around the President if you weren't a high ranking offical? Skate on Tony!

1954 days ago
15.

Ashley    

IM FIXING TO GO RIDING MY SKATEBOARD TO THE STORE TO GET SOME BEER!!!!!!! NO LIE....FOR REAL
WISH ME LUCK.............BE BACK IN A FEW

1954 days ago
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