The bogan knows its rights. It knows that one of those rights is privacy, and that it is particularly entitled to privacy when in public. The bogan is especially protective of its right to privacy when committing criminal acts in public, rioting in public mobs, engaging in episodes of road rage in public, and exiting courthouses in public. The media are nothing but leeches and cockroaches. It is these beliefs that lead the bogan to, when filmed in public against its wishes, clash with reporters. Cameras are smashed, profanities ring through the air, and reporters are assaulted. In many cases, this is recorded by other reporters, which only serves to increase the bodycount.
The bogan does not believe that enforcing its right to privacy in public by clashing with reporters is in contradiction with any of its other behaviours. Meanwhile, its appetite for paparazzi shots of celebrities in tabloid magazines remains unquenchable, it continues to audition for Big Brother every year, and reporters are still expected to expose the unsavoury behaviour of other bogans for its infotainment on Today Tonight and A Current Affair.
There are certain instances in which the bogan will waive its rights to privacy. These include: when waving, gesticulating and holding up poorly spelt, improvised signs in the background of live crosses; when not committing a crime or exiting a courthouse; and any other instance in which the bogan deems the benefits of the publicity to its quest for celebrity status to outweigh any negative impact on any ongoing or future civil or criminal proceedings. Most importantly, the bogan will post every moment of its life on Facebook, encouraging the world to view and wonder at the awesomeness of its life, and the amazing variety of shit groups it can join. This belief will last until it finds itself clashing with reporters. Suddenly, the bogan will believe that everything it posts online under its own name is entirely private, and not to be viewed by anyone.
The bogan that finds itself clashing with reporters will then close itself in its home, bemoaning the papers that have the freedom of speech to say things about it, and the news networks that attack it by showing footage of them clashing with reporters. Despite the fact that the bogan is now at least three degrees closer to Underbelly, its experience as a notorious person has not lived up to its expectations, leaving it disillusioned and sad.