By DontSniffMyHair - 07/07/2021 06:01
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all public buses have security cameras request the footage then show it to the police technically somebody sniffing your hair without permission would be warranted assault and you can very easily argue in court it was self-defense from a creeper.
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Sniffing hair isn't assault. Creepy and intrusive, but not assault. If she wanted to press charges, check local covid laws for distancing and she wouldn't even have to stretch them since he was close enough to sniff hair. Either way, a physical reaction turned her into the aggressor.
To anyone saying she reacted badly, the law states that "sniffing" another person, including their hair, can be/is considered SEXUAL ASSAULT and the sniffer was obviously seeking pleasure by doing so. OP had every right to defend herself by slapping the sick @$$ predator who thought he could do that without consequence. OP should get the video and file a police report the creep for sexual assault. And press charges against the bus company for kicking her, the victim, out when a sexual creep got to remain on the bus with other women he could potentially terrorize.