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Woman allegedly assaults man for speaking during 50 Shades Darker at Hoyts on Valentine’s Day

By Charlotte Harper - 1 March 2017 7

Image from ACT Policing Facebook page.

ACT Policing would like to speak to the woman pictured above, and any witnesses, in relation to an assault that occurred during a movie at Hoyts Woden on Valentine’s Day.

The woman pictured allegedly assaulted a man for speaking during the movie Fifty Shades Darker at approximately 10.15pm in Cinema 3 on February 14.

She is described as 5’7” tall, approximately 40 years old, of medium build with short blonde/brown hair (longer on one side than the other).

If you have any information about this woman’s identity, or if you witnessed the incident, please contact Crime Stoppers at act.crimestoppers.com.au or 1800 333 000, quoting reference 6071289. You can remain anonymous.

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7 Responses to
Woman allegedly assaults man for speaking during 50 Shades Darker at Hoyts on Valentine’s Day
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Hoots McTaverna 2:55 pm
02 Mar 17
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Leaving aside how crap that movie surely is, I’m 100% in favour of punching anyone talking during a movie. May this hero escape the clutches of the law so she may punch again another day.

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Postalgeek 4:55 pm
02 Mar 17
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Well done that lady.

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justin heywood 4:57 pm
02 Mar 17
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Weird.
In a movie about a man abusing a woman (with consent, sort of), a woman assaults a man?

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lobster 2:33 pm
03 Mar 17
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Why does this have the tag of alleged assault?

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Wayne_k 7:09 pm
04 Mar 17
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There is something about the ACT police releasing images of people for allegedly committing fairly minor offences that freaks me out.

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devils_advocate 12:51 pm
06 Mar 17
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Wayne_k said :

There is something about the ACT police releasing images of people for allegedly committing fairly minor offences that freaks me out.

We don’t know if it was minor or not, because the word “assault” is now used to describe such a massive category of offences it is almost meaningless (common assault, where you need not even make contact, to assault occasioning actual bodily harm and beyond).

Alternatively, you think it was self-evidently minor because of the genders of the individuals involved.

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HenryBG 2:01 pm
07 Mar 17
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devils_advocate said :

We don’t know if it was minor or not, because the word “assault” is now used to describe such a massive category of offences it is almost meaningless (common assault, where you need not even make contact, to assault occasioning actual bodily harm and beyond).

Alternatively, you think it was self-evidently minor because of the genders of the individuals involved.

I’m not convinced there’s anything evident about the genders involved.

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