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Abby Dinham (center) filmed a live broadcast outside the MCG on Saturday night when & # 39; a few spectators took things a bit too far & # 39; when the camera & # 39; s stopped rolling. (No one in the photo is accused of doing something wrong)

& # 39; A few fans have pushed things a bit far & # 39 ;: Reporter says she was kissed against her will by an AFL fan while reporting on the victory of the Richmond Grand Final against the GWS Giants

  • SBS TV reporter Abby Dinham filmed a live broadcast outside the MCG
  • Dinham said there were & # 39; a few fans who took things a bit too far & # 39;
  • She said the spectators tried to get her in for a hug and a kiss as they passed
  • SBS World News presenter Anton Enus praised his colleague for her calmness
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An SBS reporter claims that she was kissed against her will by an AFL fan while reporting on the victory of the Richmond Grand Final against the GWS Giants.

Abby Dinham filmed a live broadcast outside the MCG on Saturday night when & # 39; a few spectators took things a bit too far & # 39; when the camera & # 39; s stopped rolling.

& # 39; When I reported live from the MCG on Saturday, I met a lot of excited footy fans, with many people who wanted to get a chance to get on TV, & # 39; Dinham said News.com.au.

Abby Dinham (center) filmed a live broadcast outside the MCG on Saturday night when & # 39; a few spectators took things a bit too far & # 39; when the camera & # 39; s stopped rolling. (No one in the photo is accused of doing something wrong)

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Abby Dinham (center) filmed a live broadcast outside the MCG on Saturday night when & # 39; a few spectators took things a bit too far & # 39; when the camera & # 39; s stopped rolling. (No one in the photo is accused of doing something wrong)

& # 39; Ninety-nine percent of the crowd were good-natured and just celebrated and enjoyed themselves.

& # 39; When I was out of the air, there were a few fans who took things a bit too far and tried to get me in for a hug and a kiss as they passed. When I said, "No, thanks, I'm good," they both quickly moved on. & # 39;

Anton Enus, host of SBS World News, went to Twitter to praise his colleague for her calmness.

& # 39; It is one thing for # AFLGrandFinal fans to blow off some steam, but something completely different for them to touch an @ SBSNews reporter trying to do her job. It is not on. Well done @ abbydinham because he refused to lose your calm, & he tweeted.

Dinham replied: & # 39; Thank you Anton, we finally got there !! & # 39;

The station said that after the incident, Dinham went up in the air again for another live cross.

Anton Enus, host of SBS World News, went to Twitter to praise his colleague for her calmness
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Anton Enus, host of SBS World News, went to Twitter to praise his colleague for her calmness

Anton Enus, host of SBS World News, went to Twitter to praise his colleague for her calmness

Fans of Richmond Tigers celebrate the victory of their team in the AFL Grand Final 2019 on Saturday

Fans of Richmond Tigers celebrate the victory of their team in the AFL Grand Final 2019 on Saturday

Fans of Richmond Tigers celebrate the victory of their team in the AFL Grand Final 2019 on Saturday

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