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

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

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

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