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New Zealand Prime Minister John Key could be in after he pulled a waitress' in a café. He apologised after Amanda Bailey posted that he pulled her hair times when he visited the café. Ms Bailey said the hair-pulling started year during an election . She told him to stop and to not do it again, but he didn't listen. She could now take him to for the crime of "hostile ". A New Zealand legal expert said: "You have to remember this is an older white male with a lot of power." He said Ms Bailey was in a position.

Mr Key apologised for his and said he was just joking with the waitress. People in New Zealand think the is not . A women's rights campaigner said she believed Mr Key had broken the . She said: "I'm getting tired of it being called but illegal." New Zealand's leader Tracey Martin said it was behaviour for a . She added Mr Key should understand where people's personal lie. The Equal Employment Opportunities Commission, said: "It's never OK to touch someone without their ."

 
 

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