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.
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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.