Another World Cup reporter kissed mid-broadcast - but this one fought back

Julia Guimarães was reporting live when a spectator attempted to kiss her.
Julia Guimarães was reporting live when a spectator attempted to kiss her. Photo credit: SportTV

Another journalist has been kissed while reporting at the Football World Cup in Russia, but this one declined to continue with her live broadcast and instead fought back.

Julia Guimarães, a Brazilian journalist for Sport TV, was reporting live from Sunday's game between Senegal and Japan when a spectator attempted to kiss her during her live cross. 

After rejecting the man's kiss on the cheek, she turned to him, telling him: "Don't do this. Never do this again."

The man can be heard apologising to her off-camera, but Ms Guimarães continued to berate him.

"I don't allow you to do this. This is not right, this is not polite. Never do this."

It's the second incident involving a female reporter suffering unwanted advances from males during broadcast at the World Cup in a week.

Last week, Colombian reporter Julieth Gonzalez Theran was reporting for German news station Deutsche Welle when a spectator grabbed her breast and kissed her on the cheek.

She opted to ignore the assault, keeping her composure as she continued to speak.

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