The woman filmed hitting a man who groped her at a festival has said it was her right to defend herself. Madeline Anello-Kitzmiller, 20, has spoken out to say that women should be able to go out topless without fear of being groped by random men. Madeline, from Auckland in New Zealand, was walking with her friend Kiri-Ann Hatfield when a man crept up behind her and grabbed her breast.
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New York confirms third coronavirus death. January 2, pm Updated January 11, pm. The topless woman who was filmed attacking a man who groped her at a music festival has defended her actions and her revealing outfit.
A woman who was filmed attacking a man for groping her at a music festival has spoken out saying women should be able to walk around topless without consequence. The American-born woman was filmed walking next to her friend Kiri-Ann Hatfield when a man crept behind her and groped her breast - which led to the pair marching up behind him and launching their own counter attack. Madeline Anello-Kitzmiller, 20, pictured right with her friend Katie Ashworth was wearing a sprinkling of glitter on her breasts and a tiny skirt.
THIS is the jaw-dropping moment a man races toward a topless woman at a New Year's Eve music festival and grabs her breast - before she takes revenge. The woman was seen walking through a field with her chest covered in glitter at the Rhythm and Vines festival in Gisbourne, New Zealand, when the man ran behind her, The Sun reports. However, the woman, who was accompanied by a female friend, is seen chasing after him and striking him several times in the face. The festival is a popular destination for New Year's Eve revellers, branding itself the "first place in the world to welcome the first sunrise of the new year". Each year 30, revellers enjoy a host of musical performances on the Waiohika Estate vineyard, with the event taking place over three days. The assault comes less than a day after a year-old man was arrested and charged for grabbing a woman's breast in a mosh pit at the Falls Festival in Tasmania.