Female reporter sexually harassed during live World Cup broadcast in Russian Federation

He kissed her while she was still live

This is the moment a female sports journalist is groped by a man on live TV while covering the World Cup in Russian Federation - and bravely carries on reporting.

It all happened in a flash according to a report published by Deutsche Welle (DW) on Tuesday, June 19, 2018. "When we went live, this fan took advantage of the situation". The man grabbed Gonzalez Theran and her breast, kissed her on the cheek, and quickly took off. We do not deserve this treatment ... "We are equally valuable and professional", she wrote.

Despite the shocking incident, Ms Gonzalez Theran remains unfazed, and continues to report to the camera without missing a beat.

'I share the joy of football but we must identify the limits between affection and harassment'.

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The man is yet to be identified.

The broadcast company, Deutsche Welle, later posted the footage of her attack to Instagram, with the consent of the young journalist, in hopes of showing what female sports reporters have to deal with on a daily basis.

The reporter during the live transmission did not react a bit as she impressively continued right on with her report as if nothing had happened, Naija News gathered. Salazar-Ferro said they've since learned it's a worldwide problem ― especially at events like the one Gonzalez Theran has been covering. "Don't kid yourself that similar misogynist things do not happen".

"Reporters, photographers and their commissioning editors have to consider sexual harassment and assault of journalists a serious security concern", Salazar-Ferro said.

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