The prosecution argued the MeToo movement indicated the community no longer considered men pinching women on their arses to be decent behaviour. The pinch caused her to jump forward in surprise, and it's fair to say she did 'take' the contact in the WA Police Sergeant had hoped. Along the way, sober judges considered "the era of twerking Earlier this week, University of Technology Sydney law school lecturer Dr Katherine Fallah tweeted about the decision : "Why breasts, but not butts? He missed and pinched her right buttock. Whilst reaching to pinch, he said to the woman, "I hope you take this the right way" or "don't take this the wrong way". Again, the decision is not saying that a pinch on the arse can never be indecent, but context and motivation matter, as the arse is not "presumptively sexual". Magistrate Ridley had found touching of the breasts, vagina, penis, testicles or anus "would cause an ordinary right-thinking member of the community to conclude that such an act is inherently sexual". It took about 15 months from buttock to final judgement, as the case was considered for appeal in the West Australian Supreme Court - the last stop before the High Court.
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