When it comes to letting off steam or socializing with friends, many of us enjoy having a few drinks - and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. However, for some people, alcohol can be used as an excuse for some truly inappropriate behavior.
Now, one female sports radio host has taken to Twitter to share the shameful messages she says she received from a male colleague, the New York Post has reported.This is the moment a female TV sports presenter was forced to shut down rowdy fans screaming at her to expose herself to them:
Jasmyn Fritz, who hosts The Sports Shop Radio Show and the podcast Topics & Takes, tweeted a screenshot of the creepy messages a co-worker sent her after Fritz posted an Instagram photo of herself wearing a black dress.This picture in question is below:
Fritz, who’s based in Raleigh, North Carolina, accompanied the screenshot with the caption: "we cover the same team. and now we have an uncomfortable work environment. stop sending these messages. check your friends who send these messages. check yourself if you send these messages. [sic]"
The alleged messages from her fellow reporter read: "What’s the closest I can suck your t*t," and "And grab your left a**cheek".
Another message simply stated: "Damn you're fine".
However, the following morning at 8:27AM, Fritz claims the co-worker sent another message that read: "Whoa holy f**k I was drunk."
Fritz has continued to hide the alleged harasser’s name in the message and has not revealed his identity because she’s also "said wrong and stupid things before".
Fritz also told her Twitter followers: "i’m not protecting this person’s identity. i’m standing in my belief that only those who’ve done no wrong can judge him. i’ve said wrong and stupid things before. but please, boy who covers unc, try me again. if you’re concerned about who to avoid, message me. [sic]"
In a follow-up tweet, Fritz has stated: "There’s zero accountability and no apology. He literally thinks it was okay because he was drunk."
Another female sports reporter by the name of Marilyn Payne replied to Fritz's tweets, saying: "Instead of an apology, unacceptable behavior by a colleague was followed up by, 'Whoa I was drunk' which is about as far from an apology as possible. It says 'I'm going to acknowledge my behavior & still not acknowledge how disrespectful & wrong it is or how you feel.'"