Feed Frenzy: Hands Off

Pennsylvania law protects pregnant women from unwanted belly rubs.
1:32 | 10/29/13

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On tonight's feed frenzy it's hands off. Many feel a pregnant belly is an invitation to reach out and touch someone but it's not always welcome. One man facing a criminal harassment charge after allegedly giving unwanted belly rubs to an expectant mother. Why shouldn't she have the right to be touchy about it. A big moment for a small running back. 4'9" jason carter played in a game for a division one college football team this weekend. How about this? In high school he ran for 18 touchdowns and more than 1200 yards and then made it as a walk on at rice university. He has a genetic disorder that stunted his growth. That opportunity stop him from playing like a far bigger man and inspiring many. Believe it or not, I can handle my own. I can make up for the strength in speed. And it was a picture perfect fishing expedition in mexico. Two men glowing over their impressive dolphin fish when this happened. Oh! Oh! And then stunned but not crushed. It's a whale of a tail.

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