Harold Camping, the douchebag who stirred up all this nonsense about the world ending last weekend, finally emerged from his Alameda, California home Sunday afternoon to face reporters for the first time since the Rapture that never happened.

Camping told the San Francisco Chronicle that he was “flabbergasted” when the world did not end on Saturday.

“I’m looking for answers,” he told the reporter. “But now I have nothing else to say. I’ll be back to work Monday and will say more then.” Camping followers are similarly perplexed.

As for Camping’s millions of listeners who idiotically assumed that this charleton was actually spreading the Gospel?  Here’s what one loyal listener had to say:

“I don’t think I am going to stop listening to him,” one  man added, heaving a deep sigh before continuing: “I don’t know, I gotta listen to him on Monday, see what he says on the radio.”

“Somewhat bewildered” and “mystified is how Camping’s wife described her husband, before he finally poked his embarrassed head from out his home yesterday afternoon.

The International Business Times even managed to capture the money grubby con artist on camera:

“Give me a day, no interviews at all today — sorry,” Camping said. “You know this is a big deal, big deal, and I’ve got to live with it and I’ve got to think it out. So no interview.”

SMH- -what a creep.