By asdffhhjk - 15/05/2013 08:08 - Philippines - Makati
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Are you seriously trying to make the situation seem okay? A person was assaulted. I feel so sorry for OP that someone disturbed took advantage of OP. I think OP should report it to the police even if OP didn't see his face. I pretty sure it counts as a form of sexual assault.
All I was trying to point out was that an assault happened. I personally can not find humor in the situation. However it is the Internet, so I shouldn't really be bother myself because you found the situation funny.
#42, Calm the hell down...you make this FML sound like it was rape. Nothing serious happened and I don't know how YOU picture this FML, but all it was was 2 seconds of a man playing a joke on someone else, who then put it on FML. Not some brutal taken to the alley rape scene.
42- Calm your tits dude, OP was humped, not raped. As shocking and weird as it is, it wasn't assult. Nobody was hurt, nobody got anything shoved up their ass, nobody got horribly scarred for life. The only thing that happened was that OP got an interesting story to tell his grandkids, and we got a good laugh.
I think this FML really depends on what kind of person OP is. On an episode of Law&Order something similar happen to 9 people on an NY subway, and when they were brought to identify the man some of the women just kind of shrugged it off while others burst into tears. Since OP posted it on FML I'm sure he/she is fine, but a little annoyed.
I think everyone in this thread (specifically #19, #42, and everyone crying because "sexual assault isn't funny") needs to consider the fact that OP posted this FML voluntarily. If he was so traumatised, I doubt he'd have submitted his story to a site which is dedicated to providing humourous snippets from peoples lives. In fact, I woud go so far as to say that if he was bothered terribly by the event, whether it technically be classified as sexual assault or not, he'd talk to a friend or family member about it. Sexual assault is not funny, however I do think that before we all get on our social justice soap-boxes, we need to consider the context of the story.
And that's why you bend at the knees instead of the waist when you pick something up off the ground.