The shocking video of a calligraphic instructor who allegedly mugged and robbed a woman while he was a student at the University of Missouri is now circulating on the internet.

Daniel Reeve, 34, was arrested on Wednesday in Columbia after police say he repeatedly groped the woman during a robbery at a nearby restaurant.

The woman said she was forced to watch the alleged incident on a cellphone while she was working on her book.

“He repeatedly grabbed my breasts, groped my body, made lewd remarks, made jokes, made inappropriate comments about me, said the woman, who asked to be identified by her first name, Lola.

The police report says the man then told the woman to walk away and then followed her to the back of the restaurant where he grabbed her neck and attempted to put his hand up her skirt.

The video shows Reeve standing with his hands in the air and holding her arms behind her back.

He then turns to the woman and says, “Hey, hey, I’m not trying to hurt you.

I’m just trying to help you out.

“The woman was shocked and upset, but said she does not want to see Reeve face a jail sentence.”

If I was a victim, I would say that’s not how I feel,” she said.

The Daily Caller is not naming Reeve because he is an accused felon and has not yet been arraigned.

The Associated Press is not identifying him because he has not been charged with a crime.