Alec Baldwin shoves reporters, rides bike on sidewalk - New York News

Alec Baldwin shoves reporters, rides bike on sidewalk

Alec Baldwin pushed his bike on the sidewalk outside his apartment. Alec Baldwin pushed his bike on the sidewalk outside his apartment.

The hits just keep on coming from hot-headed actor Alec Baldwin.

A day after allegedly attacking a photographer, Baldwin shoved his way through a throng of reporters as he walked his bike back into his Manhattan building after a morning ride Wednesday.

Baldwin, 54, brusquely shouldered into a female "Inside Edition" reporter and another reporter outside his East Village residence.

On Tuesday, Daily News photographer Marcus Santos told cops that Baldwin punched him in the chin after he spotted Santos and another shutterbug outside the city's marriage license bureau in downtown New York.

Baldwin had just visited that office with his fiancee Hilaria Thomas, a 28-year-old yoga instructor who he is expected to wed the weekend of June 30.

Authorities are now weighing whether to charge Baldwin for the altercation with Santos.

In an interview, Baldwin denied that he attacked a photographer outside of the City Clerk's Office in Manhattan.

Baldwin discussed the incident with Charlie Rose on his eponymous show and aired a portion of their conversation on "CBS This Morning."

"They almost hit me with the camera," Baldwin said.

"There was a person in front of me. The [photographer] lunged and almost hit me in the teeth with the camera, so I pushed him away."

The "30 Rock" star was wearing a black band on his ring finger during the interview, that was taped Tuesday evening.

Baldwin, who was accompanied by his co-stars in the Woody Allen film "To Rome With Love," which opens in limited release on Friday, said that he didn't mind doing press to promote this film and other projects, but took issue with photographers snapping pictures of him out and about.

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