The man, identified only as Eric, was spotted jamming people's cell phones by an NBC10 employee who tipped off her colleagues. When confronted by NBC10 investigators, Eric said, "I guess I’m taking the law into my own hands, and quite frankly, I’m proud of it." He later added that he doesn't want to hear people talking on their phones in public. "A lot of people are extremely loud, no sense of just privacy or anything. When it becomes a bother, that's when I screw on the antenna and flip the switch," he said.