TERRY PRONE: If men keep hands to themselves, there will be no dire consequences

Aggravated or straightforward, they’re variations on the same malfeasance. One isn’t benign. Both are bad, writes Terry Prone

Crowds surround Paddy Jackson after his acquittal of rape earlier this month. Picture: Justin Kernoghan

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