I wasn't speaking to the circumstances, nor was I indicating guilt or innocence for either him or her. Plainly speaking, in isolation, the behaviour in that video isn't normal. That fact doesn't change. Doesn't mean he didn't have reason to react like that, doesn't mean he wasn't provoked - just the behaviour isn't normal. And I feel sorry for him too, this would've been hell for him knowing he hadn't done what was alleged - and I'm glad to hear the charges have been dropped.