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U.S. woman shocked after man grabbed her breasts while walking around topless at festival in New Zealand

By William Martin 1:03 PM January 8, 2018
Madeline Anello-Kitzmiller walking topless at the Rhythm & Vines festival

A woman from the United States who visited New Zealand to attend a festival was shocked when a man approached her from behind and grabbed her breasts.

20-year-old Madeline Anello-Kitzmiller attended the Rhythm & Vines festival, which is held annually in Gisborne.

Thousands of people flock to the festival to enjoy music and wine.

Anello-Kitzmiller, who is fighting for the right of women to walk topless just like men, attended the festival and walked around without a shirt or bra.

Some body paint and glitter covered her breasts.

Suddenly, a young man approached her from behind and grabbed her breasts.

Anello-Kitzmiller became extremely angry at the man for violating her body and attacked him.

A video that was uploaded to Facebook shows Anello-Kitzmiller slapping the man and beating him over the head.

Anello-Kitzmiller’s friend, Kiri-Ann Hatfield, poured a drink on the head of the man.

Anello-Kitzmiller later complained that as soon as she took her shirt and bra off, people were yelling at her.

She said that people called her “disgusting,” and some shouted at her to put on a shirt.

Anello-Kitzmiller was even more surprised that most of the people who became angry with her walking around topless were women.

Anello-Kitzmiller, who lives in Portland, said that she stayed topless overnight because she did not want to let those angry people win.

The video of the incident went viral on the Internet.