Earlier this week, University of Technology Sydney law school lecturer Dr Katherine Fallah tweeted about the decision : "Why breasts, but not butts? Should a pinch on the bum be considered indecent assault? Friday 29 March pm. 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". The lawyers representing the woman disagreed with the decision, and asked for an appeal to the Supreme Court, arguing the magistrate had significantly misidentified community standards, and that most people thought the arse was off limits. Any touching of these carries a presumption of sexual connotation, without consideration of motive or purpose. About Hack Hack talks about the stuff that matters to young Australians.
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