While the producers of Touche pas à mon poste decided to organize a kitty on the occasion of the departure of their intern, Matthieu Delormeau refused to give even one euro. Unlike several other columnists.
Would Matthieu Delormeau be much too close to his money? This Thursday, October 27, during the section of Touche pas à mon poste entitled “L’indica de la rédac”, Sasha Elbaz showed images that will perhaps make a lot of talk. It all starts when the latter asks Cyril Hanouna if he remembers his trainee, Zacharia. “The man who is known to be able to change from a Chantal Goya costume to that of a rat in less than three seconds”he said, in reference to the appearances of Zacharia on the set of TPMP during his internship.
But as all good things come to an end, the young man ended his adventure with the columnists of C8. And as usual, the whole team of Touche not at my post wanted to mark the occasion. “He will soon be leaving us, and suddenly we wanted to create a kitty. This tested the generosity of the chroniclers and created a ranking, from the most generous to the most crevard”, continued Sasha Elbaz. The following magneto indeed showed a person from the production going around the table to ask everyone what they intended to put in the kitty for the trainee’s farewell. And the reactions have sometimes been… surprising.
Matthieu Delormeau did not want to participate in the trainee’s farewell party
First columnist to be asked about the amount of his donation, Benjamin Castaldi was generous : “put him 50 balls”, he replied, of course. Then came the turn of Raymond Aabou, Valérie Bénaïm and Béatrice Rosen. Verdict? 30 euros each. Danielle Moreau, she decided to give 20 euros. As for Guillaume Genton, he was much less generous. “The others put in about thirty balls, but put in what you want”. His answer ? “Uh, can I give restaurant tickets? They are 9.75 euros, I put two, he’s going to get a kick”, he replied ironically.
And the production assistant was not at the end of her troubles. Apparently embarrassed, Matthieu Delormeau began by saying that he “didn’t really know him” and that he had no “didn’t have time to get attached at all”. “I’m going to write to him that the school of life is to do it yourself and not rely on others, that’s how you succeed”, he continued, looking very serious. Certainly a joke that had the gift of shocking the other columnists.