Donald Trump called his "grab them by the pussy" comments purely "locker room talk" with no basis in reality.
But an incident from Connecticut is bringing the comments to real life again as a "well-known Greenwich Republican" from that small, affluent town has made national news for grabbing a woman's groin after a political argument.
Christopher von Keyserling, 71, reportedly had an altercation with an unnamed 57-year-old woman. When she said it's a "new world politically," he responded: "I love this new world, I no longer have to be politically correct."
The conversation devolved to the point where Von Keyserling allegedly called the woman a "lazy, bloodsucking union employee," to which she apparently tried to end the conversation with a curt "fuck you."
That's when Von Keyserling followed her into her office on the pretense of talking to her coworker. When the victim made to follow her colleague out of the room, Keyserling "reached between her legs from behind and pinched her in the groin area," according to the warrant for his arrest.
She told police: he "looked back with a really evil look in his eyes and said, 'It would be your word against mine and nobody will believe you.'"
The act was caught on security camera.
The woman decided to file a police report only after finding out about similar incidents involving Von Keyserling. He's currently out on $2,500 bail after being charged with fourth-degree sexual assault and will appear in court on January 25.