On The Metro (near La Motte Piquet Grenelle)

I was riding the metro with two friends from school (Institut Naher) when I was sixteen returning to school from a trip to Bir Hakeim (to the Place des Martyrs Juifs du Velodrome d'Hiver). They had seats and I was standing in front of them. The train was fairly crowded, so there were people all around us.

We were close to Bir Hakeim station, but on our way to Cambronne (having to change train lignes at Montparnasse Bienvenue) making way towards our Chatelet destination, where we would emerge to walk across the Beaubourg, when there was a little jostling and then I felt someone 's hand on my seat (my right buttock).

As I turned to try break the contact, another hand squeezed my left breast. My friends got up and pushed the crowd, and my unknown assaulter, so we had some room to protect ourselves. It was so uncomfortable, the crowd hardly moved until my friend Francoise let off a scream.

We got off the train at Cambronne. We weren't followed, and waited a few minutes for the next train which wasn't quite as full as the first one we had ridden on.
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Nov 29, 2012