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Olympic spectator plants kiss on unsuspecting television reporter (VIDEO)

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An Arabic reporter for Sky News fell victim to a walk-by smooching while delivering a live report from the London Olympics.

The woman approached the man from behind, whispered "thank you" as she put her arm around him and then planted a kiss on his cheek.



"I truly am fasting," the reporter joked afterward, referring to Ramadan, the holy month in which Muslim followers can abstain from food, liquids and, yes, kissing.

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