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Ian McCarthy, who is charged with first-degree murder in Michael’s killing, was shot in the buttocks when the officer returned fire, Johnson allegedly told another person the next day.
Cramps, uterine swelling, and bloating can put pressure on your gluteal muscles—the ones that make up the buttocks.
Once Green's allegations that Johnson squeezed her buttocks were first reported by the Courier-Journal, Johnson took to Twitter and accused her of harassment.
Police said the girl was in a grocery store when the man, who appeared to be between the ages of 30 and 40, approached her and squeezed her buttocks with his hand, the alert said.
A fourth woman told The Post that Knight smacked her on the buttocks after his speech.
In that case, a woman in pain from a toothache went to Collazos who was accused of giving her a shot of unknown medication in her buttocks, kissing her there and fondling her.
A boy could earn his first tattoo by walking up behind an unsuspecting fellow villager and spearing him in the buttocks, inflicting a flesh wound, before working his way up to joining headhunting expeditions.
Meanwhile, Washington was struck ill with a giant, life-threatening boil on his buttocks.
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