His closest escape came in Louisiana, when a woman whose family had once been plantation owners was insulted by a question he asked her and instructed her husband to call the police... I asked Cohen what he said to insult her. He furrows his brow for a moment. "I'm not sure," he finally responds. "But I think I might have been trying to sell her some Kazakhi slaves."
(c) Los Angeles Times. "Sacha Baron Cohen reveals the burden of being Borat, the risk of being reviled -- and why there's no excuse for the bad behavior in his film". PATRICK GOLDSTEIN, January 9, 2007 "