A teen who kissed a information reporter as she filmed a report at
a music competition has apologised to her after she filed a report
with the police.
Broadcasting Company reporter Megan Batchelor was submitting a
report from a music competition close to Vancouver when 17-year-old
Daniel Davies appeared and kissed her on digital camera.
The journalist later made a criticism to the police in regards to the
then unknown man’s behaviour.
Officers are nonetheless investigating however yesterday it was revealed
that the teenager had contacted the reporter to make amends.
Megan instructed CBC :“He solely came upon what occurred when he left
the competition. He feels horrible — I might hear it in his voice.
He’s genuinely embarrased.”
And though she added that she wasn’t pursuing prison
prices, the incident has sparked debate about the best way wherein
feminine reporters are handled.
Viral pranks involving heckling feminine reporters are widespread.
Pamela Cross, a lawyer who works with ladies’s anti-violence
organizations throughout Ontario instructed the star:“It’s, from a authorized viewpoint,
the premise for sexual assault. Clearly she didn’t consent, and
it’s contact of a sexual nature.”
The Royal Canadian Police are investigating the incident.