A video making rounds on the internet depicts a man, who hasn't been identified, touching Spanish journalist Isa Balado inappropriately while she was broadcasting live, as mentioned by several news outlets.
The individual was subsequently apprehended by the authorities on allegations of sexual assault, as stated by the BBC. Balado reports for the show “En boca de todos”, as indicated by Al Jazeera. She was reporting on a theft in Madrid, Spain's capital, when an individual came up to her from the rear and seemed to pat her backside. He then inquired about her media affiliation, based on the translated footage of that instant.
“One second, we are live. Sorry,” was Balado’s response to the unexpected interruption, as revealed by the translated video provided by Al Jazeera.
“Isa, forgive me for interrupting you,” anchor Nacho Abad said according to the translated clip. “Forgive me. The sound is bad, but did he just touch your butt?”
“Yes,” Balado replied.
Abad urged her to capture the man's face on the broadcast and labeled him a “stupid guy.” On live television, Balado addressed the man, who then denied his inappropriate actions. He subsequently expressed regret, stating, “I didn’t want to touch your butt.” As he departed, he tousled Balado’s hair, as shown in the footage.
Mediaset Espana, the parent company of the news channel, released an official statement backing the journalist. The network “categorically repudiates any form of harassment or aggression,” as reported by the BBC.
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