Anchor doing live reporting was touched by the person in the wrong place, the action was captured in the camera
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According to the news of ‘The Sun’, Amy Christopher, who came into the limelight with the TV show ‘Married at First Sight’, is currently associated with Racing TV’s social media channel Raceday. 35-year-old Amy Christophers was interviewing some people at the Race Course Ground in Beverly on Saturday when this very shocking incident happened to her. A few people gathered around Amy, whom she was asking questions about her favorite horsemen.
Man hit on Amy’s bomb
The atmosphere was funny and people were talking to Amy about horse riding. Then a person wrongly touched Amy Christopher in conversation and hit his hand on the back of her body (bomb). Amy was surprised by this act of that person and as soon as the camera was turned off, she approached him and protested his action.
‘Feeling humiliated and ashamed’
Amy Christophers said, ‘I felt humiliated and embarrassed by his action. He was doing such a lousy act in front of the people. As the camera went off, I turned and told the person that what do you think you just did was not wrong. I had gone there to do my duty, not because some unknown person should touch me inappropriately like this. He made me feel very bad.
‘I was shocked by that action for a long time’
At the same time, when some people blamed Amy Christopher on social media regarding the video of this incident and said that she herself was laughing there, she replied saying- ‘I was not laughing, I was very surprised and For a long time, she was in shock due to that action. I was doing my work there and whatever happened didn’t go well.
‘Touching someone like this without their consent…’
Amy Christopher continued, ‘If you think it is not wrong to touch someone like this without their consent, then you are also a problem. And, I will oppose you for this.’ At the same time, Beverly’s Chief Executive Officer Sally Igalden said on this matter that he would not tolerate such lousy acts at the Race Course Ground. Sally Igalden told that the man would be identified and banned upon his arrival on the ground.
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‘Will be banned for life for coming to the racecourse’
Sally Egalden continued, ‘We ourselves are surprised how this happened on the ground. As soon as we got to know about this incident, we immediately spoke to Amy Christopher and apologizing to her and assured her full support in this matter. We are also examining the CCTV footage to identify the man. If anyone does such a thing to a woman, then we will ban her for life from coming to the racecourse.