“World Cup TV Reporter ‘GROPED’ and SEXUALLY HARASSED”. Oh, sorry wait, that headline would only work with equality of the sexes and we don’t have that.
A clip of a South Korean male reporter being kissed by Russian female fans of football that has got the Internet debating over sexual harassment.
According to a report by the BBC, the incident took place in Russia on June 28, while Jeon Gwang-ryeol, a reporter with MBN, a South Korean TV channel, was kissed on his cheek twice at the game. He looked flustered and laughed off what happened, but nonetheless, got the Internet arguing over whether this could be categorized as sexual harassment or not.
Here is what people are saying on this issue.
Korean reporter in Russia. Cute right?
Now swap genders. pic.twitter.com/webiDOHVYj
— Pre Malone (@__TheMerc) July 6, 2018
This is sexual harassment?
Jeon Gwang-ryeol, a reporter for South Korean TV channel MBN, was delivering a report in Russia last week when a female Russian fan ran up to him and kissed him on the cheek. pic.twitter.com/3n2XgI7Nk6
— Cecilia Fedorova (@CeciliaFedorova) July 5, 2018
Jeez, what thread was this in?
— Liam Clarke (@ADeadDiehard) July 8, 2018
“WORLD CUP TV REPORTER ‘GROPED’ and SEXUALLY HARASSED”. Oh, sorry wait, that headline would only work with equality of the sexes and we don’t have that. Do we? 😉Korean Reporter Kissed by Russian Girls During World Cup creates Controv… https://t.co/AvWhK20jug via @YouTube
— Andrew Threlfall W11 (@AndyThrelfall) July 5, 2018