The Real World: Cancun hasn't even reached its third episode, but already the MTV reality show has started filming the next season, which, as we all know, takes place on the nation's capital. This early, The Real World: Washington, D.C. has already attracted attention, but mostly of the negative kind for the supposed disturbance it has caused to the vicinity of where it is being filmed.
"MTV's newest season of The Real World is being filmed 20 feet from my house," announces the blog's header. "This blog will chronicle the pain and annoyance they put me through as well as the heckling my friends and I plan for the newest crop of 'real worlders.'"
Part of the complaints include supposed homophobic Real World security people who threaten nearby residents and impersonate park police. "A security guy near the street asked me and a friend to leave. We heard the cast discussing how rude people in DC were in what we think were their hot tub. The guy told us he was Park Police. He reached into his back pocket and said he was our worst nightmare. He said he was going to arrest us," said one tip.
Since Real World started filming on the house, said the blog, people haven't been able to walk by the house or even stand in front of it. "Apparently, this areas if off limits until Thanksgiving," it notes. Other than the pushy security staff and the fact that the lights are on all the time, the upcoming Real World season is already driving hordes of tourists to the location, which should be good under normal circumstances.