March 19, according to The Sun, for not punishing Walker
, Women’s Aid Group lashed out at police.
Manchester City defender Walker, 32, was questioned by police ahead of the FA Cup tie for indecent behaviour, but all evidence was later dismissed by police as drunk and misbehaving
Now police say the matter is over.
Walker’s actions were judged by police to be low-level violations and were dealt with out of court.
Farah Nazeer, CEO of Women’s Aid, which lashed out at police over Walker’s incident last night, said: “This exposure is disappointing, it’s an act of violence against women and it’s been rejected.
are ignored. As we have seen in trials, the act of indecent exposure can and does lead to more serious crimes. Whether it is intended to frighten or intimidate, it is
A long-term impact and trauma that makes women feel insecure.”