The 'glitter boobs' woman who was filmed attacking a man who groped her at a music festival vows to go topless again. Ms Annello-Kitzmiller shared a video to Facebook on Wednesday explaining that she wanted to normalise the naked body. Madeline Anello-Kitzmiller, 20, pictured right with her friend Katie Ashworth was wearing a sprinkling of glitter on her breasts and a tiny skirt. Ms Anello-Kitzmiller pictured said in a video on Wednesday that she would go topless again despite being groped by a man at a festival in New Zealand. The American-born woman was filmed walking next to her friend Kiri-Ann Hatfield when a man crept behind her and groped her breast - which led to the pair marching up behind him and launching their own counter attack. The astonishing clip, taken by Giann Reece, shows the pair turn in unison and follow the man back to his perch on the grass before throwing a drink in his face and punching him repeatedly. Ms Annello-Kitzmiller said in the six-minute video despite the incident with the man she had the 'best time of [her] life'. The American-born woman, pictured right with boyfriend Max Ashworth, was filmed walking next to her friend Kiri-Ann Hatfield when a man crept behind her and groped her breast. Footage of Ms Annello-Kitzmiller's left revenge assault went viral and she has since defended her controversial glittery outfit and the ensuing attack. Footage of Ms Annello-Kitzmiller's revenge attack went viral and she has since defended both her controversial revealing outfit and her reprisal attack.
Madeline Anello-Kitzmiller, 20, from Portland, Oregon in the US, spoke out about the incident, which was caught on camera, in a heartfelt online message on her personal Facebook page. The American-born woman was seen walking through a field with her chest covered in glitter at the Rhythm and Vines festival in Gisbourne, on the east coast of the North Island, when the man ran up behind her. He grabbed her breast before running off and taking a seat on the grass. She retaliated by hitting him across the head and back as her friend poured a drink over him. I paid to have it done, as well as many other girls I saw walking around with it. So I have to ask, what is the difference? Earlier today, she told the NZ Herald she still hasn't received a proper apology - adding the man laughed with his friends as the crowd riled up against him: "It wasn't sincere at all. I had no idea who he was In the video of the incident, Ms Anello-Kitzmiller, who was accompanied by a female friend, is seen chasing after him and striking him several times in the face.
The festival-goers were pictured getting down and dirty at the "Woodstock Festival Poland" held to celebrate diversity and tolerance. The event has faced pressure recently from the conservative anti-migrant government. The festival is taking place this year in a spirit of defiance due to new restrictions and pressure put on it by the conservative pro-Catholic ruling party, Law and Justice. The Interior Ministry recently classified the event in Kostrzyn nad Odra, a town near the German border, as "high risk," forcing organisers to hire more security forces. The three-day event features rock concerts and tolerance-promoting events, including anti-racism workshops and a soccer tournament organized by Never Again, a group struggling against a rising mood of bigotry and right-wing extremism in the country. In its 23rd year, Woodstock is the creation of a liberal social campaigner, Jerzy Owsiak, who has butted heads with the government. Owsiak has said the event was open to migrants living in Germany, prompting the ruling party to tweet in June: "Do you really want to have an event in Poland with the participation of Muslim immigrants? Martin Gorholt, a Social Democratic Party politician from a German region bordering Poland, said it was "irrational" for the Polish government to declare the festival a high-risk event and then refuse German help.
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