Look at it another way, if he were just some guy that you ran into at a party and you didn't know he was a poker pro, and he copped that kind of an attitude toward you and everyone else in the room, wouldn't you think he was a tool?
Agree that Molina was a jerk, also. It seems that there are more and more of these guys as the WSOP has gotten so big that are trying to pull any little schtick they can in order to get noticed and get more TV time, whether by their dress, their props they bring to the table, by acting like a goofball (like Khan), or by just being an a-hole to everyone around them. If they don't get rewarded in cash through their play, they get rewarded in endorsement contracts from poker sites
for their increased visibility. The guys that keep an even keel, play good poker, and don't act out on their way to a good cash go unnoticed next to the idiots.