I’m going to go out on a limb here–most folks probably like touching butts. It’s a fact of being a human. Butts are great! You know what’s not great? Forcing your touches on a disinterested butt. In fact, that’s typically known as sexual assault. You get arrested for things like that.
In fact, that’s exactly what happened at a WWE event at the KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York last week, according to local news. 26-year-old David Thompson was arrested and charged with second- and third-degree assault, forcible touching, and disorderly conduct.
The victim said that Thompson forced himself on her, and police say that he got violent with security, biting one officer and injuring another while being held.
This was the same show where both Finn Balor and Triple H returned to action. It was a six-man tag that saw Balor, Chris Jericho, and Sami Zayn defeat Hunter, Kevin Owens, and Samoa Joe. The event also saw Brock Lesnar defeat Big Show, Bayley defeat Charlotte, and Roman Reigns defeat Braun Strowman by disqualification.
I’m just gonna close this out with a bit of life advice for you, friends: Don’t touch people who don’t want to be touched. If the moral reasons aren’t enough, then do it because of the ensuing arrest and public humiliation.