A brazen creep slapped a Television set reporter’s guiding as she reported live from a race in Georgia.
WSAV-TV’s Alex Bozarjian was on air, with joggers mugging the digital camera as they dashed past her at the Savannah Bridge Run 10K Saturday, when a gentleman in a hat and sun shades appeared to smack her as he ran previous, movie demonstrates.
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The journalist could be seen recoiling in shock and staring off at the gentleman, ahead of composing herself and continuing her broadcast.
“To the male who smacked my butt on stay Tv set this early morning: You violated, objectified, and embarrassed me,” Bozarjian tweeted later on on Saturday, along with footage of the on-air assault.
“No woman should At any time have to place up with this at get the job done or wherever!! Do superior.”
The director of the Savannah Sports activities Council, Robert Wells, responded to her tweet and vowed to uncover the gross jerk.
“Alex, what occurred now is one hundred% unacceptable. You have my assurance we will discover him,” Wells explained.
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Caitlyn Penter, a reporter for North Carolina Television set station WLOS, tweeted, “DO NOT Contact REPORTERS. Time period.”