Life after the final rose for Kiptyn
Via: NC Times
Real life has dramatically changed for Encinitas resident Kiptyn Locke since participating in this summer's hit reality show "The Bachelorette."
No longer able to anonymously go out to breakfast, fill up for gas or run errands, complete strangers have been known to stop him on the street.
Just this week while he was sitting outside at the Pannikin coffee shop in Leucadia, Locke said, a Las Vegas woman driving by at 40 mph recognized him, waved, and did a U-turn on the Coast Highway before coming up to talk to him about the popular series.
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