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Marie Laguerre was attacked by a man who called her after she had defended herself. Marie Laguerre, a 22-year-old student in Paris, was returning home from her classroom when an unidentified man began to whistle and make provocative comments, according to her Facebook post. Laguerre shouted back, "Shut up!"
In order to focus on sexual harassment on the boulevard, a tender French woman has posted a video of herself hit in the face by a person in the streets of Paris. The video has long been viral in France and prosecutors in Paris have launched an investigation.
Last Wednesday, 22-year-old Marie Laguerre posted a video on her Facebook webpage that appeared to her on the face of a person on a Parisian boulevard. Laguerre shared his revelation on Facebook.
He was not the first and I will not be content to be humiliated like that, so I answered "closely," she continued. "He then threw me an ashtray, before leaving at full speed to hit me, in the heart of the boulevard, at the entrance of dozens of other people."
"It's unacceptable behavior," she said in the post. "It happens every day, everywhere and I do not know a single woman who does not have a similar story, I'm tired of feeling in danger in the street." Laguerre concluded by announcing that "Things must change and they must change now".
Marie Laguerre is noticed in this undated photo.
Laguerre further stated that she had filed a grievance. On Monday, a spokesman for the Paris prosecutor's office informed ABC News that an investigation for "violence" and "sexual harassment" had been opened. The person who punched the woman was no longer arrested, but the spokesman said.
The video, of the digital surveillance camera of a restaurant, has already been given to Laguerre by the owner, she said.
French Gender Equality Minister Marlene Schiappa reacted to the incident during an interview with the French daily Le Parisien, announcing that she was "scandalized".
Schiappa said that new legislation is ready to be followed by the French parliament this week, which will impose minimum fines of 90 euros (US $ 105) for offenders.
"The first fines should be distributed this fall," said Schiappa.