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Jury Blames Sexual Assault on Oysters, Not Groper

James Whitemarsh, a former BBC producer, has been acquitted of sexual assault by the Southwark Crown Court after a jury accepted his claim that eating raw oysters left him without control of his actions, according to a Daily Mail report. Whitemarsh, 41, was charged with groping a female paramedic after friends called an ambulance for him when he began acting strangely while they were dining out.
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