Hunter turned to the lady Official, catching her raised eyebrow but Hunter wasn’t affected by the look. Instead, he caught the lady’s eyes as he answered her question. “I am a Quidditch player Official, if anything, I know every facet of the game, from the time a player entered the stadium, to the introductory speech of a Ministry official until the end of the game, including the briefing and interview right after. I’ve been in this industry for almost 6 years now.” He explained calmly, his gaze unwavering. “The moment the Minister started her speech, in just few minutes, the game will officially start. I used that opportunity to go back to my designated seat at the stands where my son and girlfriend were seated. As you mentioned it’s a long way to go from the VIP section so I used the time of the speech to my advantage and took my leave and I’ve arrived to my destination just as the referee released all the Quidditch balls.” He clasped his hands in front of him and leaned forward too, mimicking her action. “You’re right, I could have used the VIP ticket to enjoy the game, but as I’ve mentioned, I was there because of my son and his friends. They want to sit near each other so I have to pull some strings and use my connections to get those seat numbers just so my son can be with his friends and family friends. I’m sure giving in to your son’s requests is not a crime Miss.” He leaned back to his chair once again as he took a deep breath. “And besides, the Bat’s section where we’re seated is not bad at all, we have famous pro-quidditch personalities with us there too, Grindelwald, Krum, Levki, Longbottom, I assure you I wasn’t bored at all especially when my son got all the autographs he needed.” As for the fans, Hunter chuckled, "I admit a lot of people asked for my autographs but I already know how it works, I know my way around people if I want to avoid them especially the press."
Edited by Hunter Bennett, 26 September 2020 - 02:45 AM.