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The New York Times asks Daniel Radcliffe‘s young fans what they thought when they saw Harry Potter with his kit off in Equus.

They have watched his Harry Potter fly through the air, forget to do his homework, talk to snakes, smite people with his magic wand, stay up past his bedtime, and suffer any number of traumatic near-death experiences. Try as they might during the performance, they cannot completely de-Potter their minds.

“I was, like, ‘I don’t want to see him poke the eyes out of horses,’said Marie Aveni, 22.

Emily Bunch, 21, remarked, “I thought, ‘Harry Potter! Where are your glasses?'” Wendy Krekeler, 20, described her first glimpse of the shirtless Mr. Radcliffe this way: “I thought, ‘Wow, he must have been working out.'”

Ah, how can The Times conveniently overlook the elephant (trunk) in the room? That’s what I at least want to hear about. C’mon, these girls were checkin’ out the chassis….they aren’t that innocent.

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By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.