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Police officer Svend Erik Lassen said: “He grabbed her arm and told her in English to come with him, but she broke lose from the grip.
“He then pushed her over, and while he was laying on top of her, he tried taking off her trousers.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
How about Bacon spray?
Better yet, women out and about alone in Denmark should wear swine-oil body lotion.
He also refused to comment on whether or not they will consider dropping any possible charges against the girl as the alleged action was self-defence.
Mr Lassen added: “It's up to our legal department."
Police chief Kirsten said this is a case of "illegal weapons possession, so it's the same as walking around with a switchblade".
Pepper spray is illegal for a reason, in that it could also be used by an assailant as an offensive weapon rather than a defensive weapon.