Mexican sports reporter slams a fan with her microphone after he groped her on live TV

The incident went viral on social media and Mora the sports reporter for Fox Mexico gained immense support from her industry and public.


                            Mexican sports reporter slams a fan with her microphone after he groped her on live TV

A female sports reporter for Fox Mexico is groped on air and she reacted by hitting the guy with her microphone.

Maria Fernanda Mora was reporting outside Guadalajara football stadium when the local team beat the Toronto last week at the time of the disturbance.

Mora reacted to the heinous act of the male supporter. (Youtube)
Mora reacted to the heinous act of the male supporter. (Youtube)

Mexican club Deportivo Guadalajara wins the CONCACAF Champions League against FC Toronto a week ago. After the 5: 4 (P) the fans celebrate the second title since 1962. 

In the chaotic spirit, one of the male supporters during the live reporting deliberately pinched Mora and provoked a justifiable furious reaction.

The sports reporter turned around and confronted the man ragingly who was caught surprised by her reaction. As reported by Dailymail.



Mora defended her reaction, "What happened to me at dawn on Thursday, happens to thousands of women every day in public spaces. The difference is that it happened to me during a live link on television and I decided to defend myself. My reaction is what turned the fact into something viral"

"I thought, It could be an accidental rubbing because of people pushing and I kept talking to the camera. This guy, emboldened because I did not react and kept doing my job and put his hand between my buttocks twice more. I decided to defend myself" she added.



Mora took it to twitter and said "I don't regret it at all" She added that women "will not be quiet' about sexual harassment.

The female journalist received an incredible amount of support on social media. A Twitter hashtag #UnaSomosTodas was created and went trending. 

The video footage of the incident: