A tourist travelling to Japan for 10 days walking in down town Tokyo last week was randomly asked to attend a function in Akihabara by a Sony Corporation representative.
Bill Spencer’s body temperature immediately rose five degrees as he was called on stage and introduced to the audience as Mr. Trump.
Spencer, a bricklayer from Houston, Texas, was billed as the keynote speaker at the prestigious annual event held by one of Japan’s largest electronic goods companies.
“I just went along with it until the whole nightmare was over,” said Spencer.
The Sony event program guide had Spencer’s speech set for 7:05 p.m. to 7:25 p.m.
“I just talked about Mexicans, China, and the process of constructing brick walls, and tried to mix in some racism whenever I could,” said Spencer.
Sony provided Spencer with an interpreter for the evening who simultaneously translated his 20 minute speech on stage.
A woman performing sign language for the hearing impaired also accompanied Spencer during his monologue on stage.