SACRAMENTO (AP) — Maybe the "Good Day Sacramento" reporter just thought he'd drive a little more traffic to his television station's website when he climbed on top of a classic 1950s Thunderbird convertible and struck a silly pose, putting his feet on its pristine yellow paint job.
Instead, Angel Cardenas drew criticism of car-wreck proportions with his live broadcast for KMAX-TV from Sunday's Sacramento International Auto Show. In the end it earned him his walking papers.
Cardenas began his live broadcast from the car show by saying he felt like a kid in a candy store with no one around to enforce any rules.
It was hours before the show was to open, he added, and no one was there to keep him off the cars, many of which he reported were off-limits.
"So I'm just going to live on the w