A commuter who was cleared of a charge of sexual assault on an actress in a busy railway station has condemned the decision to charge him - saying his year-long ordeal could happen to any man in Britain.
Mark Pearson was accused of attacking the woman, who has not been named, as he made his way through Waterloo station.
CCTV footage shows the 51-year-old artist and picture framer did not break his stride as he walked past her in under a second.
The woman had claimed he put his hand up her skirt and touched her, barged her shoulder and then ran away after she screamed.
In the footage Mr Pearson can be seen holding a newspaper in his left hand and his bag in his right.
He is calling for answers from the Crown Prosecution Service about why his case was taken to trial.
Mark says his partner of 16 years, Carol Ho, "knew from the very beginning it was total rubbish".
A jury at Blackfriars Crown Court took 90 minutes to clear Mr Pearson of the charge of sexual assault.
There were no witnesses, no forensic evidence and the actress failed to pick out Mr Pearson in an identity parade.
Mr Pearson has written to the head of the CPS, Alison Saunders, requesting an interview but has not yet had a response.