A Runner Smacked A Reporter’s Butt On live TV. Now He’s Banned From Future Races.BuzzFeed news #BuzzFeed_NewsDecember 11, 2019
A reporter at a news station in Savannah, Georgia, is speaking out after a runner slapped her butt on live TV while she was covering a race.
Then a man comes up behind her and appears to smack her backside before sprinting away.
Bozarjian’s face falls, and she falters before getting back to her live report, appearing shaken.
“To the man who smacked my butt on live TV this morning: You violated, objectified, and embarrassed me,” she tweeted.
The director of the Savannah Sports Council, Robert Wells, told Bozarjian the incident was “100% unacceptable” and that the organization would identify the man.
The man in the video was identified as Tommy Callaway, CBS News reported , and the Savannah Police Department confirmed to BuzzFeed News that a police report had been filed.
His lawyer, Joseph Turner, said in a statement to WTOC that Callaway is a “loving husband and father who is very active in his community” and that he is “working with those involved to correct the situation.”
She added she has felt an odd sense of guilt, as if she had done something wrong.
That feeling has been made worse by misogynist harassment she’s now experiencing online from people saying she should just get over it, she said.
In spite of the harassment, she said, she has also been comforted by the “outpouring of support from so many people, men, women, people of all ages.”
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