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A woman has accused a supposed solicitor of making lewd comments on public transport, and reported him to the British Transport Police.
Faye Treacy, a comedian, presenter and musician, posted on Twitter that two men had asked her on the tube if "I want it and am I juicy?" Treacy claimed they "threatened" her not to film them, as one of them said he was a solicitor.
Treacy joked: "It was the solicitor bit that put me off tbh. Was gagging for it lads up till then..."
The Tweet went viral, with many people responding with their support for Treacy. She subsequently wrote another post saying, that she was ok, but that it was "great to know working in law is still a very respectable profession for dickheads".
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Treacy posted a follow-up tweet saying that she removed her original post and photo from Twitter, as she has reported the matter to the British Transport Police.
It is not known whether or not the BTP will find anyone culpable of wrongdoing but, regardless, the legal profession has been known to produce the occasional Bantersaurs Rex.
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