Nick Denton reduced to hawking unauthorized sex videos on street corner

Nick Denton reduced to hawking unauthorized sex videos on street cornerNEW YORK — Admitting that he has been left with no other means to earn a living, Gawker founder Nick Denton has resorted to selling unauthorized sex videos and DVDs on a Manhattan street corner. Denton, 49, says that while he is sad at losing his Gawker Media empire after having been successfully sued for $59 trillion by some famous guy who was unwittingly featured in an explicit video the site released, he can still find happiness in shaming and outing everyday schlubs from the neighborhood, including schoolteachers, delivery boys and hairstylists. “Check it out, exclusive video of the married father who owns the kosher deli on Wooster Street in a gay nightclub, dry-humping some Latin bloke, totally newsworthy, in the public interest,” Denton announced to passersby in SoHo. “Ten bucks for the whole video, five for just the parts where they’re screwing in the toilet stall.”