If you see The Undertaker out in public. Just approach him. He doesn't shoot lightning out of his hands. Most of the time.
Speaking to Pastor Ed Young in an out of character interview, The Undertaker discussed getting recognized in public and how fans shouldn't be scared to approach him at this point in his career.
"For years, I lived the character. If they came up to me, it would be different. But I tried to give them that aura of 'don't mess with me because I may drop you where you stand.' People would send their wives or someone who may not have a clue (who I am). And if I don't snap at them, then they would come over," he said. "I'm like, 'Really, you sent your wife over here? I'm gonna take a picture with her, but not take a picture with you. You need to man up.' I try to be as accommodating as I can, unless my kids are with me. I try to be as polite as I can, but I don't want my kids picture taken and on social media. Most people understand that and respect it."
Taker went on to say that he wants to treat his fanbase right but that people "really assume and take a lot of granted." And the one thing he hates fans doing is trying to sneak a picture of him. In Taker's mind, you're better off approaching him and asking him for a photo than pulling out your camera and snapping a pic from distance.
Along with giving advice on how to approach him, Taker revealed that sometimes fans ask for a little too much.
"I have people ask me all the time, 'Will you chokeslam me?' It's a nice flight, but the landings are rough," he said.
Seeing as we've never seen video of Undertaker chokeslaming fans at the airport, it's safe to assume he hasn't honored fans request.
You can watch the entire interview with Undertaker and Pastor Young in the video above.