First of all this is the reporter's depiction of what happened which most likely came from heresay and who knows where else. There are 3 sides to every story... side A, side B and the truth. Matthew 7:1 says "Judge not lest ye be judged". How many times has someone said you did something and their version of the story was not entirely the truth? Though some facts may have been correct, it was their perception, their tone, their word choice to describe what happened that can make that situation seem harmless or a complete mess. My suggesion is that everyone table the knee jerk comments until all the facts come out.
A third grader would have a problem with all the different versions of this story. One article said after a brief conversation on the dance floor, he zipped up her blouse and stuck his hand down her shirt. This one said he pulled the zipper up and placed his finger between her cleavage. How do you zip UP a blouse and THEN access someone's cleavage? This article said he fled the scene, another article said he was escorted off the premisis. Fleeing and being escorted are two very different things. All these articles appear to be based on the opinion of the reporter and not an objective report of what actually happened which is laughable and makes one question the integrity of those reporting. If they talked on the dancefloor, where was the husband? Surely I wouldn't be on a club dancefloor without mine. Makes you wonder if she was flirting and screamed sexual battery when her husband showed up because no one is going to zip or unzip my blouse unless I want them to. All this leads me to the question - do our local reporters get their information from actual police reports or from the local beauty shop? The answer is more than likely the same as that of "How many licks does it take to get to the tootsie roll center of a Tootsie Pop?"
Answer: The world may never know.