Illinois man charged for grabbing reporter on live TV

An Illinois man was arrested after allegedly grabbing a TV reporter during a live broadcast and yelling “f–k her right in the p—y,” police said.

WGN-TV reporter Gaynor Hall was giving a weather update in Shorewood on Saturday night when the brazen creep suddenly ran into the frame, grasped her shoulders and shouted the obscene phrase, footage shows.

Shorewood Police nabbed 20-year-old Eric Farina in connection with the incident on Sunday. He was charged with battery and disorderly conduct, the local Chicago outlet reported

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“Farina grabbed the reporter around her shoulders and uttered a profane and disturbing statement,” cops said in a statement.

Police said Farina confessed. He was released on a $2,500 recognizance bond.

Following the arrest, Hall wrote a message to her supporters on Facebook, thanking them and saying she was “ok.”

Earlier, she had addressed the man directly in a post, writing: “It was not funny.”

“You violated my personal space. You grabbed me. You scared me. Was it worth it?”