I was there, and at first I was slightly upset about what I saw Penn do (I am not sure that was Teller dressed as Jesus, whoever it was, wore a diaper type garment only and alot of hair (wig?), and it is easy to assume it was Teller, but I dunno for sure.
At first I too said that people were warned that it was an event that if you "were offended easily, you should not attend",,, but as days have passed I have realized that it was so far over the line, it destroyed the line.
I have become far more offended by the actions as I have thought more and more about it.
People attending the event were not told Penn was going to be there dumping a truckload of sh*t on people's religeon, Penn was not even on the list of speakers.
When I saw the action, I did not get what the sick joke Penn was trying to make, couple days later someone told me, that Penn announced loudly during the demonstration that "This was the coming of Christ", I did not hear that comment during the bit.
When I attended the event, it was a roast of AJ, I expected to hear alot of words that are thruout his act, I figured that was the max it was going to go. Alot of offensive language, but in the context of the event, I was okay with that. But that is NOT how it went down.
If Penn thinks this was all okay,,, then I CHALLENGE him to do the same thing at his show at the Rio, or thier new show on Showtime,,, if he thinks some people have no sense of humor let him put his actions where his mouth are.
BTW, I have never been an anti P&T person, I saw thier show at the Rio several months ago, I did not find it worth the $70, it just was not that funny, I did not find it offensive, thier little bit of magic exposure did not bother me alot, it just was not worth $70, $19 maybe, if that included a couple drinks. It was $70, I wish I had back.