The Iraqi man who threw his shoes at former US President George W Bush, has been released from jail in Baghdad, his brother has told he BBC.
Muntadar al-Zaidi’s act of protest made him a hero in large parts of the Arab world and beyond.
Zaidi, who called Mr Bush “a dog” during the December 2008 incident, was convicted of assault.
The TV reporter’s three-year prison sentence was reduced to one because he had a clean record.
He was released three months early for good behaviour.
“People called the Romans, they go the outs?”
“It says, ‘Romans go home!”
“No it doesn’t.” ….
“… follow the shoe!”