WARNING: This story contains expletives and scenes of violence.
La Mesa police said they are looking into a disturbing video posted to Twitter that appears to show a local businessman groping a woman outside his store. The situation escalated Monday, Jan. 20, 2020, when reports on social media indicated that the man struck a news camera operator sometime in the afternoon and La Mesa police responded to the scene.
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