A woman has been charged with sexual assault after she was filmed groping a man at a discount cinema in the UK.

The 31-year-old woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was in the cinema at the time and filmed herself.

She has been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault.

The incident took place at the Smitty’s Cinema in Liverpool, south-west England, on Friday night.

Police have said the man, who has not been named, was “horrified” by what had happened and his wife was “disgusted”.

They added that the man was “aware of the situation”.

Police are treating the incident as a “serious offence”.

The woman’s husband, who did not want to be named, told the Liverpool Echo that the couple were “furious” at what had taken place and they had spoken to the police.

He added that he and his partner were “just horrified” by the incident and were “doing everything we can to find out the truth”. “

She was extremely frightened and upset and that’s why she’s been so upset.”

He added that he and his partner were “just horrified” by the incident and were “doing everything we can to find out the truth”.

The couple said they were going to “keep our heads down and keep on fighting”.

Police said the woman was interviewed by officers who confirmed that she had been assaulted.

They added: “The woman has now been arrested.

The man will be interviewed and will face prosecution.”

‘Hate crime’ Police said they have launched an investigation into the alleged assault and have asked anyone who may have witnessed the incident to contact them.

“This was a hate crime,” a spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police said.

Police are also urging anyone with information to contact the Serious Crime Command. “

It is a crime of harassment, which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years’ imprisonment.”

Police are also urging anyone with information to contact the Serious Crime Command.

“Anyone with any information regarding this incident is urged to contact police,” they added.

‘No way in hell’ A spokesperson for the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce said: ‘This was no way in Hell.

‘This woman should not have been groped and no amount of money or pity can change that.

‘It’s a hate offence, which is a serious offence and anyone caught should be prosecuted.

‘The lady involved should be ashamed and she should face the consequences for this.

‘A person can be held responsible for this but the victim should be treated like anyone else, the law should apply.’

‘She should be punished.’

A spokesperson from the Greater Anglia Police told the Echo: ‘The woman was questioned by police who confirmed she had reported the incident, the man had spoken with the victim and they have spoken about the matter.

‘He was in tears and he’s disappointed and he wants to see justice done.

‘We are appealing for anyone who saw the incident who may be able to help us to contact us.

‘Anybody who saw this woman should contact us as we have a very high profile incident at Smitty S. Cinema and we need to find the truth about what happened.’

A spokesman for Greater Anglais Police said: ”We have spoken with both the woman and the man involved and have requested a full investigation into this matter.

”The woman will be formally interviewed and we will be making any further comment as and when we receive the full details of the investigation.

“‘I was in shock’: Woman, 30, says she was groped by man in cinema article Police said a 30-year old woman was in a film in Liverpool when she was assaulted by a man.

The woman told police that the suspect, who she has not identified, was wearing a black hoodie and that he was standing next to her in a wheelchair.

The unnamed woman said that when the man approached her she began to move towards him, and the two of them went on to the cinema.

She said: I was in my seat and I thought I had seen the man before, but when he approached me, I moved away from him.

”He started touching me and I felt a lot of pain and he said, ‘I’m going to touch you’.”

He said he was going to grab your shorts and then he was grabbing my hair and he was saying, ‘You’ll never make it’.

”I felt like I was being raped and I didn’t know what to do and I kept moving away and he continued to touch me.

”When he finally left me, he told me he was sorry for what he had done and I said, I’m sorry too.

”I kept moving and he started grabbing my arm and he began grabbing my shorts and I moved towards him and he put his hand on my arm.”

She said she tried to push him away and then asked him