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老外调戏女主播 涉嫌性骚扰警方介入调查   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-12-28 17:47:11 |Display all floors

A foreigner who urged a female TV reporter: "Show me your boobs," has been traced by police in Wuhan who are investigating the alleged sexual harassment case.

The reporter, surnamed Wang, had approached three foreigners for a street interview in the city in central China's Hubei Province, Hubei Economic TV Channel reported.

Wang said she and a cameraman, surnamed Miao, were collecting Christmas greetings from expats. When she tried to interview the three foreigners, one repeatedly said: "I love you."

Miao said he initially thought the young man was just being friendly. "But I soon realized he didn't have any goodwill," Miao said.

The man then started to grab the microphone and Wang's arms. He shouted to Wang: "Show me your boobs," video footage aired by the Hubei channel showed.

"He tried to hug me in a very fierce way and intended to lift my coat," Wang said. "I felt so scared and stepped back."

Miao then stood in front of Wang to protect her, which angered the expats who swore at him, the program reported. A witness said: "I think the expats were drunk."


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Post time 2013-12-29 11:48:41 |Display all floors
Publication of flesh and boob baring by females on 98% of Chinese websites gave them the impression all Chinese women are prone to strip without hesitation.

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Post time 2013-12-29 17:20:43 |Display all floors
No wonder there are English words "WHITE TRASH". It made me laugh when someone wrote these behaviors only represent minority.

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Post time 2013-12-30 17:24:19 |Display all floors
They should be put behind the bars!

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Post time 2014-1-4 17:11:25 |Display all floors
kick these Gringos' asses

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