I basically got her into wargaming when I started as we had been good friends for years and she was very interested in the art side of the miniatures.
Well, after a few years of gaming we both decided to enter a doubles fantasy tournament for a laugh as until then we had basically been playing each other and the regulars at our FLGS.
To cut a long story short, she was "accidentally" touched several times and even had one guy in his 30s "playfully" slap her behind which his team-mate thought was hilarious. This was all despite the fact I would basically go nuts whenever someone did something like that (as I said we had basically grown up together) and the judges refused to do anything as they would need witnesses other than me (?!).
She (valiantly, I must add) continued with the tournament, despite my insistence that we just forfeit and leave as I could see how upset it was making her.
We finished the tournament, came fairly low down on the scoreboard and left.
She sold her army later that week and refused to get back into wargaming at all.
To put this in context, she was 15 at the time as was I...
So, yeah, I can fully believe what eldargal says...
EDIT: I guess we can remember things like this, as a bad experience will stay with you for a long time. I actually remember this event as clearly now as if it happened yesterday due to the extreme nature of it.
But, I guess that's the point, it IS an extreme and unlikely situation, one which WILL happen at some point or another.