What was it that Arbitrary Transformers Pout Box Part 1 (AKA Megan Fox) said about Michael Bay being a Nazi again?

Anyway, here's what Arbitrary Transformers Pout Box Part 2 (Rosie Huntington-Whitely) had to say of her first meeting with the director:

"I first met Michael back in 2009; it was on the set of the Christmas commercial for Victoria's Secret. I remember the first thing Michael said to me - before he even introduced himself or asked me my name - was 'Can you walk?' And I looked at him like, 'What is this man talking about? Yeah, of course I can walk.' And then he proceeded to tell them to get me in the car, and then I was driven - I mean, honestly, I want to say it was about half a mile out in the desert. I kept thinking, 'This is a joke, right?' And the car dumped me in the middle of the desert. All I was wearing was a bra and underwear and a big, billowing, black, floor-length cape and high heels. And he says, 'OK, when we shout action, you're going to walk!' and I assumed I would be doing this in several stages. They yelled action, and the car sped off back to set, and I just was like, 'Well, what am I supposed to do?' So I walked all the way back to where the camera was standing, which took me - I would say a good 10, 12 minutes, and it was a proper runway stomp - on salt flats; it was like 100 degrees, felt like fire. I remember walking back and being not impressed by the whole thing. I was pretty pissed off afterwards; I just looked at Michael, and he goes, 'I guess you can walk, then'."

Some might say she got off lightly; upon his first meeting with Megan Fox, Bay did insist the then 15-year-old stretch her "acting talents" to washing his car while sporting a bikini...