Woman Assaulted By A Man On A Night Bus Launches Viral Facebook Hunt For The 'Dapper' Good Samaritan Who Stood In To Protect Her

By Suzanne in Feel Good On 9th October 2015

#1 A woman who claims she was 'grabbed' by a man on a bus last week is trying to track down the Good Samaritan who intercepted and stood up for her

Kaitlyn Regehr, a Toronto-born broadcaster, filmmaker and burlesque expert based in London, shared a photo of herself holding a sign that reads 'thank you!' to her Facebook page, along with a lengthy tribute to the mystery 'tall, dark, and dapper' stranger.

#2 The post, which has been 'liked' by more than 45,000 people, reads: 'To the man on the 207 bus towards Acton last night... Thank you for saying something when that man grabbed me. Thank you for insisting that it was not acceptable.'

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#4 Kaitlyn is keen to locate the man in question so she can 'buy him a drink' and say thank you

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According to Transport For London, one in ten Londoners have experienced unwanted sexual behaviour on public transport, but 90 percent of these incidents go unreported.