On October 27, 2012, Rep. Allen West (R-FL) publicly called out and shamed a media tracker who followed him to a Vietnam Memorial service saying if the tracker has "any amount of respect" they'll turn off the camera and leave.
"Let me stop for one minute. There's a person here that has been tracking me around and she is here for political purposes, and young lady I ask that you leave because you are disrespectful to the men and women who have given themselves to this great nation. We do not need- we do not care- for what you are presenting here. So if you have any amount of respect within you, I ask that you leave right now, turn off that camera, and stop using this for political purposes."
The crowd erupts into cheers and the tracker then leaves the event.
If you are unfamiliar what a 'media tracker' is, they are people typically sent by opposing campaigns who record just about every public appearance of a candidate hoping for a slip-up or controversial statement which could be used against the candidate.