Typo In Situ: Don’t Insist. This is Plain Incitement

And speaking of Yahoo!Telemundo, this is how the Spanish-language site is promoting an episode of court-room show Caso Cerrado, in which a man sues a female neighbor for undressing in front of his window.

I want to believe Yahoo!Telemundo meant to say incita, as in “someone is sexually inciting me!” So, no insista, por favor. This is just a typo in situ.

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