How can I report this man?

(52 Posts)
jellyrolly Sat 16-Mar-13 20:56:47

I was at a good friend's wedding and one of the guest's husbands was really drunk. He tried to grope me on the dance floor and I thumped him, so far so wedding party. As I left the dance floor the bride's sister had seen him try and grope me and told me he had just asked her DD to go to the toilets with him while making a lewd hand gesture to her. Thank goodness she was able to say no, she is only 9, and told her mum. She was really upset and started crying. He then asked another young girl to go with him to the toilet and a different boy, only aged about 10, stopped her from going with him.

It sounds ridiculous now but we didn't want to cause a fight or a scene and ruin the wedding party so he wasn't confronted by anyone. His own wife was mortified but I don't think she knew he had approached children, just that he was being a complete w&*ker. They have a five year old DD. I can't do nothing but I don't know what to do. I don't even know his full name. Again, it sounds stupid but I don't want to tell the bride what happened to her niece on her wedding day. She knows he was lewd to adult guests but this is a different matter. We spoke the next day and she was really upset that he had ruined the day, and that was based on what she did know.

I have sent a text to the bride's sister but she hasn't replied, I don't want to upset her further, maybe she just wants to forget about it but I can't. WWYD?

Pixieonthemoor Thu 18-Apr-13 18:35:22

Goodness this is making the hairs on the back of my neck stand up! Was it a traditional type wedding? The reason I ask is that maybe you can approach the brides parents as maybe they have the mailing list for the guests or even a thank you letter by now for this mans name. I agree with the pp's - I do think you should report him. Lewd behaviour with adult women makes him a drunken tosspot. Approaching 9 yr olds for a hand job in the loos makes him a paedohile. God I would have ripped him limb from limb.

tb Thu 02-May-13 09:59:55

Maybe the child's mother has her own reasons for not wanting it reported, you never know.

FWIW, my own mother actively procured me to be abused. Not every mother is a member of the 'nest of vipers' brigade like mnetters grin

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now