Here's a Journalist Getting Sexually Harassed While Filming a Segment About Sexual Harassment

BBC journalist Sarah Teale.

If you are a woman who sometimes leaves her home and walks around in the world, this won't surprise you: A recent study (we're thinking this one?) showed that some 95 percent of women have experienced sexual harassment of some kind on the street, whether it's a vulgar comment shouted from a car window or an actual physical assault.

BBC journalist Sarah Teale was in the middle of reporting on this infuriating statistic when a literal walking illustration of the problem ambled into the frame. Check out the video, which BBC Nottingham posted to its Facebook page, below. The look of unsurprised resignation on Teale's face at the end really says it all.

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=905295322858888&set=vb.313752532013173

 

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