Probably best to avoid them both. I do find this spotter thing of barging to get the best photo ever which no one is ever going to see, a little bit bizarre. I mean get a grip dudes ... and actually I include dudettes in that because I've seem similarly testosterone-fuelled, obsessive behaviour from middle-aged ladies over steam trains. I think the autism thing is a complete non-issue here . Whilst I have some (perhaps limited) understanding of the range of issues faced by people who are on the spectrum and issues surrounding interaction in social situations, are people really saying that the 'victim' can't read, or has no inkling, that the other guy is angry and that goading him to be aggressive and 'go on then' and break his legs is a good thing to do ; if so, why is he filming him if he thinks the other guy's behaviour isn't abnormal. There are many, many places where he would get a battering for that and for his own safety, if he is unable to read that level of anger in people, then his carers really need to take more interest to ensure his safety. Most people with autism that I know, prefer to work to improve their social interaction skills. I don't have to make allowances for anyone being autistic, I take people as I find them. If I want to interact with someone, it is because it is pleasant interacting with them; if I don't, I won't. I feel no compulsion to interact with people that I don't want to whatever their issues (or mine) are.