Krystal Olsen, 32, A female bartender in Arizona fell victim to an alleged ‘unwelcome touch of a disrespectful man’.
According to Dailymail, Krystal was out when the man took it upon himself to reach out and grab her backside — to which Krystal responded by putting him in a chokehold and getting him arrested, eventually reducing him to tears.
‘This guy grabbed my a**, I dragged him out in a chokehold, he slammed me into a wall. And is crying like a b*** when he got arrested,’ she wrote on Twitter on July 1.
Along with the tweet, she shared a picture of the man, who is seen sitting on the ground with his hands cuffed behind his back.
He seems to be crying, his eyes red and a sad frown plastered on his face
Still sad that this didn’t get me on Ellen https://t.co/VzXOjKgOmz
— knockout (@knockoutxo) July 18, 2017
Several cheered Olsen:
The story made headlines on July 1st, but for some reason, this reporter made it viral again with this headline: “Woman brings man who groped her to tears, but people don’t think she has the right”
What people, you ask?
“Some people thought Olsen’s actions were a bit severe, but others reminded them of the severity of sexual assault and the right to defend oneself in the event of a physical altercation.”
We couldn’t find anything beyond the above paragraph, we searched Olsen’s twitter feed, and came up with nothing more than the above statement.
I hate having all these random followers because they reply to my vent tweets all offended. Like calm down Steve not ALL men are cold.
— knockout (@knockoutxo) July 27, 2017
Men are cold cold creatures
— knockout (@knockoutxo) July 26, 2017
Well now my dms are flooded with Swedish and Norwegian people pic.twitter.com/OJLxf1mBAu
— knockout (@knockoutxo) July 6, 2017