World Cup reporter Julia Guimaraes’ fury at on-camera kiss attempt

时间:2018-06-27 单词数:2930

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A Brazilian sports reporter fought back after a man tried to kiss her while she was doing a live report from the World Cup in Russia.


Julia Guimaraes was in Yekaterinburg on Sunday at the Japan v Senegal match when a man approached her and tried to kiss her while she was on air.


She dodged the kiss, and told him never to behave like that towards a woman.


Last week, a Colombian reporter in Moscow was groped live on air at the tournament.


"Don’t do this! Never do this again," Ms Guimaraes shouted at the man, who can be heard apologising in the video.


"Don’t do this, I don’t allow you to do this, never, OK? This is not polite, this is not right.


"Never do this to a woman, OK? Respect."


The TV Globo and SportTV journalist tweeted that she had never experienced this in Brazil, but that it had happened twice to her in Russia during the tournament.

这名TV Globo和SportTV的记者发推文说,她在巴西从来没有经历过这样的事情,但这次在俄罗斯比赛期间已经发生过两次。

She told Globo Esporte the incident was "awful" and made her feel "helpless, vulnerable".

她告诉Globo Esporte,这件事“非常糟糕”,让她感到“无助,脆弱”。

"This time, I responded but it’s sad people don’t understand why people feel they have the right to do that."


She said she had been harassed during the opening game of the World Cup between Russia and Egypt in Moscow.


In March, female Brazilian sports reporters spoke out about the sexual harassment they suffer in the course of their work.


They launched a campaign showcasing incidents of being kissed and groped by fans and athletes during on-air broadcasts, which they called #DeixaElaTrabalhar ("Let her work").


Ms Guimaraes told Globo Esporte that harassment did happen a lot in Brazil, though it had not happened to her in her native country.

吉马良斯女士告诉Globo Esporte,骚扰在巴西确实经常发生,但在她自己的祖国这种时期并没有发生在她身上。