->''"She beats everybody up for literally no reason. At least in some of these shows, there's a pretense, like, he may have accidentally peeked on her in the bathroom. There was no intent there, but he did peek on her in the bathroom. I'm not excusing that, but it was like in this show if they were walking down the same side of the street and she was like, 'Did you peek at me in the bathroom?!' and he would be like, 'Wh-who are you?!' "''
-->-- '''Dave Riley''', Podcast/FastKarateForTheGentlemen ''We Cracked the Case!''

Closely related to -- and generally intended to follow -- the AccidentalPervert, the Unprovoked Pervert Payback is a violent maneuver in which an offended girl screams "PERVERT!" and pounds the crap out of a guy for... smiling at her, or any of a hundred other things that are ''meant'' to be accidental pervyness, but just ''aren't''. Hell, chances are that ''nothing'' dirty happened, at all, or even close to it. Tough luck for that poor guy; he's suddenly an AccidentalPervert and ground-zero for the (self-)righteous bitchslap of his life!

'''Note:''' This staple of HaremSeries is closely related to PervertRevengeMode, but has the twist of being completely unwarranted, rather than just undeserved. This is where the producers intended to have an AccidentalPervert joke ''but failed to include anything remotely identifiable as perversion'' ([[ThanksForTheMammary boob grab]], [[FunbagAirbag getting a faceful of female chest]], etc). Often this moment is so badly constructed that the slap comes after everyone concerned ''knows'' that nothing perverted happened.

This trope can also be {{Invoked|Trope}} by any girl causing the innocent man (generally quite some distance away and in full view) to get jumped and beaten up for no reason. {{Tsundere}}s who engage in this behavior too often are sometimes classified by fans as "failed tsunderes".

Not to be confused with FalseRapeAccusation, where no attempt of abuse (accidental or otherwise) was underway in the first place.

See also: AbominationAccusationAttack, NoSympathy, HyperspaceMallet, DoubleStandard, and DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale.



* There was a commercial not too long back in which, [[ItMakesSenseInContext through a convoluted series of misfortunes]], a man ends up falling out of his bedroom window, rolling down a hill, plowing through a hedge, and landing at the feet of a female jogger. She promptly sprays him with mace for absolutely no reason other than he was within range.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RBYgEZqrJs One commercial]] had a guy with a map walk up to a woman waiting for the bus. He is about to ask for directions when she immediately maces him, emptying the entire can into his face. And then, while he is lying on the ground in agony, she blows a rape whistle while repeatedly tazering him. It was an ad for a hand held GPS.

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts'':
** Aiko shows the main cast, girls included, her new cellphone. She then explains clearly it can mix and match voice bites to make new sentences. Akihisa says a perfectly normal phrase in front of everyone and Aiko uses it right there to make it sound like Akihisa just said something naughty. Somehow, that makes Minami and Mizuki, who were present the entire time and clearly should know what's going on as they were paying attention, completely buy that's something Akihisa has said and take him off to painfully torture him.
** The entire second season is filled with this, as well as the male characters being tortured for ''anything'' that offends the girls. The closing credits has the male characters fleeing in terror from the kanji for female. Though the first season was ''worse'' at points.
* ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex:''
** Touma is very good at accidentally walking in on girls changing. This leads to a few examples in the second season where he does absolutely nothing out of the ordinary and still ends up bitten by a furious Index.
** Even when he's unconscious, he can't escape. As demonstrated when his hand is used to destroy the enchantments on Angeline and Lucia's clothes. Which happens to [[TheNudifier destroy them entirely]].
--->'''Touma:''' [[LampshadeHanging The fact that you're mad at me for this is totally unfair]].
** Once, he gets smacked because [[HypocriticalHumor a girl walks in on him changing]].
** By New Testament 9, he's finally gotten smart enough to stay on completely the opposite side of the store from the changing rooms when the girls drag him along swimsuit shopping. He manages to avoid getting beat up, but due to [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity Inevitably Ensuing]], ends up mistakenly making the girls think he's into dressing up in girls' swimsuits, which just weirds them out rather than making them angry.
* Early on in ''Manga/BlackClover'' when Magna gives Asta and Noelle a ride on his broom he tells Asta to hold on, so he innocuously grabs Noelle's waist and she elbows him in the face, nearly causing him to plummet into the lake below. And she was still angry with him after almost killing him for no reason.
* Happens in ''Anime/DigimonFrontier''; two of the Tamers fall down a pit into a heap leading to the following exchange:
-->'''Zoe:''' I'm alive! I could just kiss you!\\
'''Takuya:''' Uh...\\
'''Zoe:''' O.O ''(slaps him)'' Get offa me!!\\
'''Takuya:''' You're the one who grabbed me in the first place!!!
* ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'' plays it straight most of the time, most prominently early in the story where Sosuke catches a classmate trying to [[PantyThief steal some of Kaname's panties]] (because some upperclassmen were forcing him to). The two start talking, find common ground, and are having a friendly chat when Kaname finds them...and Sosuke has the panties in his hand. Cue [[BatterUp baseball bat to the head]]. It starts getting averted later on, especially when it comes to Sosuke's CO Tessa, who has a huge crush on him and does things like sneaking into his bed; once Kaname catches them like this and, when a panicked Sosuke insists it's NotWhatItLooksLike, Kaname says that she knows it isn't and tells Tessa off.
* ''Manga/GirlsBravo'' has this happen in the first episode - Yukinari gets up and goes into the bathroom, only to accidentally walk in on Kirie when she's naked, so she attacks him. Why is it this trope? Because it's ''his'' house and ''his'' bathroom, which she has no right to use and ''didn't even get permission to use''. She also expects him to remember that she was gonna come over to use the bathroom again like yesterday. To make things worse, when he explains that it was an accident and how, because of his allergies to girls, he wouldn't even want to see her naked, she attacks him regardless for not wanting to see her naked. Kirie has a tendency in general to overreact to anything she perceives as sexual in nature - heck, the ''reason'' he's allergic to girls is because she assaults him so often!
* ''Anime/GuiltyCrown'': Shu's alone in a room wearing only a towel in episode 5 after being knocked out by Ayase. Then, Ayase suddenly enters without knocking or anything and [[OhCrap shocks Shu into dropping his towel]], but he tries to cover himself. Cue an OhCrap and then an ArmorPiercingSlap from Ayase.
* ''Manga/HeavensLostProperty'' has this happen at the start of the first episode; Tomoki's neighbor Sohara comes into ''his'' house to wake him up for school, tears off his blanket, and then screams and karate chops him in the face after seeing his morning wood when he was barely even awake.
* ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD'' is one of the very few anime out there that ''[[SubvertedTrope subverts this trope]]'' despite high amounts of {{Fanservice}}. The shining example would have to be [[spoiler: Koneko wanting to make out with Issei and Rias walks in. Issei expected that he was going to get smacked by Rias, but instead Rias just takes a look at Koneko's condition and says that she's sick.]] The only time Issei even gets beaten is if he actively does anything perverted.
** Sadly played straight in the [[{{Omake}} DVD extras]], where an obvious accident involving MarshmallowHell with Rias and Asia means [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Koneko]] gets to smash his head like a watermelon. Then again, the extra was a large OutOfCharacterMoment for everyone. (It's implied to be a DreamSequence for Issei, whose pre-CharacterDevelopment brain is [[ThinksLikeARomanceNovel running on]] unfiltered HaremAnime tropes.)
** The series actually [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructs]] this trope at one point. When Rias starts getting bitter and passive-aggressively shaming Issei when she catches him with another girl, even when they're obviously the ones coming onto him, it's deliberately shown to be irrational (especially since she's been nothing but fair to him up to that point) and hinting at bigger issues.
** Played straight in the fourth season of the anime, where Koneko punches Issei in the gut for saying he didn't like "little girls" (which was a no-win situation for Issei, since he was denying [[WifeHusbandry getting friendly with a young kitsune]] because she had [[HotMom good genes]]). It actually ties into her characterization in the LightNovel, which is a subversion; Koneko is deeply insecure about being a [[ACupAngst completely flat]] member of a harem for someone who opening thinks BuxomIsBetter and tends to lash out when he says something that suggests she's not sexy, she's aware how unfair this is and she's ''not'' proud of her behavior.
* There are many incidents of this trope in ''Manga/LoveHina'', too.
** In one chapter, Naru punches Keitaro when he walks in on her changing. Later in the same chapter, she walks in on ''him'' changing, and he's '''still''' the one who gets punched.
** One time, she tries to hit Keitaro on the grounds that he must be ''thinking'' something perverted.
** Another time, Tama-chan the turtle has gone missing, and Naru and Keitaro are looking for it. Shinobu has just got home and is changing her clothes, when she is scared by Tama-chan and comes running up to them clad only in her camisole, grabbing Keitaro in panic. He's too busy trying not to choke to notice her, yet Naru ''still'' hits him "just in case".
* Thankfully averted in ''Manga/{{Magikano}}'', where whenever Ayumi gets close to Haruo, Maika pretty much gives her a piece of her mind. This ''is'' a SlapstickKnowsNoGender kind of series, after all.
* During episode 2 of ''VisualNovel/MajiDeWatashiNiKoiShinasai'', the five girls are lounging in the bath, and catch sight of a dog they were hired to catch. They proceed to chase after it, ''butt naked'' all five of them, and eventually come crashing into Yamato's room. Yamato, who was minding his own business, is beaten to a pulp for just being there. Even worse considering one of them is ''Miyako'', who is a pervert and a tease, so she has no business doing something like this, more so since earlier in that very same episode she was thinking out loud to herself that if Yamato wanted to see her naked body, that she would gladly show it to him.
* ''Manga/MakenKi'':
** In the second episode, Inaho climbs into Takeru's bunk after he's fallen asleep. Yet, the following morning, Haruko slapped ''him'' for it, rather than chastise Inaho, since Takeru's perverted antics is Haruko's BerserkButton.
** About midway in episode 3, [[ThoseTwoGuys Takeru and Kengo]] are chased [[BearsAreBadNews by a bear]] during the [[AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil Maken-Ki's]] visit to a hot spring. The bear quickly catches up and swats them into the girls' side of the bath, where [[{{Tsundere}} Himegami]] and [[AmazonianBeauty Azuki]] respond by intercepting them in mid-air with a kick that knocks them right back into the bear's path!
** The manga version differs by having them actually ''run'' into the girls' side of the hot spring, to hide from the bear, where they end up fondling [[http://readpanda.net/Maken-ki/4/25/ Himegami and Haruko's breasts.]] Making the girls' subsequent reaction completely {{justified}}.
* ''LightNovel/MayoChiki'' ends up running into this by default, as main guy Kinjirou has gynophobia or fear of GIRLS, yet other characters are quick to forget this. Even then, there's one instance that stands out: the very naughty, perverted and dominant [[TheTease Kanade]] is on top of the table and leaning on top of a sitting down Kinjirou, trying to kiss him as he tries to avoid her lips, when her female BattleButler Subaru walks into the room and yells at ''Kinjirou'' "What are you doing at Mistress Kanade?", even though it was impossible to think anything but that Kanade was the one being a pervert here, as it was extremely obvious! And yes, Subaru is fully aware of [[LovableSexManiac Kanade being pervy]] and [[HeManWomanHater Kinjirou scared of women]], so it seems someone slipped one IdiotBall into her pocket before that scene. Or twelve.
* PlayedForDrama in ''Manga/MobPsycho100'' where [[JapaneseDelinquents local gang leader Tenga Onigawara]] is shamed and verbally assaulted for stealing the mouthpieces off of girls' recorders to sniff and lick in private... except that Tenga is innocent, and the whole thing was a FrameUp by a pair of Student Council members as the first order of business to rid the school of undesirables such as his delinquent gang.
* ''Manga/Mx0'': The hero Kuzumi manages to avert this. His chivalrous, life saving actions, and good behavior save him twice in otherwise compromising situations.
** When he falls into the girls' shower after a class match, he did so because some guys in his class took a magic camera-ball and were trying to spy on the girls. He was just trying to get rid of it by removing it from the window and fell through.
** Later, during summer break, he disguised himself as a girl to get into the pool where the girls were hanging out. He ended up saving several of their lives from a giant whirlpool two had accidentally created. The girls accepted him being there just to watch and help them. Though, he was turned into an errand boy for them for the rest of the day.
* ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'' has a deliberate example in the AnimatedAdaptation. [[ItMakesSenseInContext Through a complicated series of events]], protagonist Asahi is mistaken for a pervert when he was actually trying to protect his classmate Nagisa Aizawa's [[{{Lilliputians}} sec]][[HumanAliens ret]]. In order to sell the act, he asks Aizawa to [[HitMeDammit beat him up]] and tell the people chasing him that [[PervertRevengeMode she "punished" him for his actions]]. Aizawa goes along with it because there's no other choice, but she feels incredibly guilty for doing so and tries to make up for it by telling their classmate Youko (for whom Asahi has feelings) what really happened so she won't think less of him.
* Chapter 12 of ''Manga/OmujoOmutsuJoshi'' features Shouta and Morei LockedInARoom and trying to find a way out. Morei gets on Shouta's shoulders to try shouting for help from the window, only for Shouta to lose his balance and fall backward. When Morei recovers from the fall, she discovers that she's both landed on top of Shouta and succumbed to PottyFailure as she fell. Shouta is blushing but otherwise calm as he asks Morei to get off of him. Morei responds by screaming "No!" in embarrassment and punching Shouta so hard he flies through the stuck door keeping the two trapped and freeing them. The chapter's PerspectiveFlip shows Shouta pondering whether or not Morei likes him and, upon being punched, deciding "I think I prefer girls who are kind."
* Kalifa in ''Manga/OnePiece'' takes this concept to its logical extreme: As a RunningGag, she accuses her boss Spandam of sexual harassment from things that are not even remotely related to it, such as talking to her. At one point, she calls him out on sexual harassment for just standing there, doing absolutely nothing at all.
--> '''Kalifa:''' Sir?\\
'''Spandam:''' Yes?\\
'''Kalifa:''' That's sexual harassment.\\
'''Spandam:''' My existence is?!
* Averted in ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'', which actually has the girls hit each other simply to get to closer to Tsukune.
** Tsukune {{lampshade|Hanging}}s it when on a date with [[DefrostingIceQueen Inner Moka]] saying he feels he might get hurt if he touches her (she asked to hold hands). As soon as he does, the rest of his UnwantedHarem attack him and Moka.
--> '''Inner Moka:''' "What's wrong? You don't want to hold my hand?"\\
'''Tsukune:''' "I do, but I'm afraid I might get kicked or something like that."
* Satirized in ''LightNovel/TheSacredBlacksmith'':
-->'''Luke:''' ''You're sorry?'' You have a {{wardrobe malfunction}} and beat the crap out of me, and you expect ''sorry'' is gonna cut it?
* In the OnsenEpisode of ''Manga/SamuraiHaremAsuNoYoichi'', Chihaya jokingly tells main guy Yoichi he should bathe with her and her sisters. Everyone (That is, Yoichi and the sisters) stare in disbelief for a second before {{Tsundere}} Ibuki hits... Yoichi, on the basis he ''might'' have been thinking something perverted, even though he was just as shocked as the girls were. And Chihaya, who actually ''said'' the perverted comment? [[DoubleStandard Nothing happens to her]], not even a "Don't say those things, you might give him ideas!" or something.
* Subverted in ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'', when Itoshiki goes to a hot spring, only to realize that his female students are on the girls' side. When Maria accidentally knocks over the divider, the girls don't really care all that much, while ''Itoshiki'' covers himself, turns around and lets out a girlish shriek.
* ''LightNovel/SeitokaiNoIchizon'' ends up falling into this, as Ken acts extremely perverted and deserving of the payback. However, he soon shows himself to be a much nicer and more caring person than he first appears, and even though the girls know this, he's constantly receiving a lot of abuse. One JustForFun/{{egregious}} example comes from the episode where he has to take care of the WiseBeyondTheirYears little sister of the newspaper club president. She pulls out some dolls and starts playing with them, but gives them a rather perverted story. She then tells him to join in, which he reluctantly does. As soon he says ONE line, the girls jump in and start lynching him and saying he's a bad influence on the little sister, even though they were around the whole time. This case was an {{Invo|kedTrope}}cation, as the little girl was intentionally probing at their jealousy: The girls are all attracted to him to some extent, but can't actually admit it and thus blame him. Of course, this doesn't stop the girls from looking like they have a personal vendetta against Ken and are looking for excuses to berate him, since nobody normal would have blamed him for this, invoked or not.
* Surprisingly averted in ''VisualNovel/{{Shuffle}}'' ep 7: Due to a broken lock, Rin walks on Asa while she's in the toilet. They both apologize to each other and agree to forget about the incident. No violence whatsoever.
* ''Anime/{{Vandread}}'' does this once with the main character bumping into a girl and then getting an ArmorPiercingSlap for being a pervert.
** There is the slight matter of this being a case of Men and Women are warring SPECIES and (In general...) each thinks the other is going to do horrible horrible things to them at the slightest provocation.
* In ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'', Keima is helping Haqua make an AfterActionReport with a supernatural simulation device which uses dolls to represent people. Annoyed with Keima, Haqua tells the simulation that Keima is a pervert. When, in response, doll-Keima starts molesting doll-Haqua, Haqua starts beating up the ''real'' Keima.

* In one issue of ''ComicBook/{{Futurama}}'' comics, Leela has been split into her baby, teen, and elderly selves. Her teen form gains a crush on Fry, and starts flirting with him, causing Leela to hit him even though he's clearly uncomfortable with a teen flirting with him.
* Played with in ''ComicBook/RedEars'' in a particular strip. A beautiful woman is eating at a bistro when a young man takes notice and asks her if he can offer her some coffee. She reacts incredibly outraged as if he treated her like a hooker, causing much embarassment to the guy. She takes a few notes, then gets up and approaches him to apologize and explain that she's a student who was using him for a social experiment on shame in a public setting. He angrily shouts at her so everyone can hear him say "1000 bucks for an hour?! Are you flipping mental?!"

* ''Very'' common in fanfics featuring characters that are already {{Tsundere}}s in canon, due to {{flanderization}}. Akane from ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' gets treated this way particularly often.
* ''FanFic/EscapeFromTheHokagesHat'' has Naruto discuss this before he goes out of his way to avert it out of fear.
--> "Another confusing thing was his reaction to physical contact. First there was Sakura's hug, then Hinata holding his hand, Shizune-nee-chan carrying him to Tsunade-baa-chan accidentally [[MarshmallowHell suffocating him in her chest]]. All these events in the past two days made up more physical attention and affection than he received in his entire life. Not sure how to deal with the resulting emotions, years of conditioning from Sakura came to the forefront as he kept his mouth shut so they wouldn't hit him for being a pervert."
* In the ''Manga/LoveHina'' fic ''FanFic/ForHisOwnSake'', Naru attacks a complete stranger she overhears teasing a woman he's walking with. RealityEnsues when said woman, his ''wife'', doesn't appreciate the 'rescue' and [[spoiler:has her arrested]].
* In another ''Manga/LoveHina'' fic, [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5362570/1/KK1-Kid-Keitaro Kid Keitaro]], an 8-year-old Keitaro comes to live at Hinata Sou. During his first night, he has a nightmare, so Kitsune comes into his room to comfort him and ends up falling asleep with him cuddled up next to her. The next morning, Naru comes into the room, and upon seeing Keitaro lying with his head on Kitsune's chest, gets it into her head that an 8-year-old boy somehow managed to overpower and molest a 21-year-old woman and [[WouldHurtAChild gives him an]] ArmorPiercingSlap. Unlike other examples of this trope, she gets a harsh dose of LaserGuidedKarma when Kitsune slaps her back.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* In ''Film/TheWizard'' (basically a feature-length Creator/{{Nintendo}} advertisement):
** The girl is able to get rid of the private detective that has caught up to the runaway kids by pointing and screaming, loudly proclaiming that "He touched my breast!" The man is a good 30 feet away from her and currently engaged in a struggle with one of the boys (why no one bats an eye at that is anyone's guess). He obviously hasn't touched her, but [[HumiliationConga two security guards grab him, beat him into submission, throw handcuffs on him and carry him off]]. They don't even detain the kids to find out what he supposedly did to her or who they are.
** Followed by a bunch of truckers who just happened to [[OhCrap show up outside the city limits]]...
-->'''[[BigScaryBlackMan Big Lead Trucker]]:''' So you touched her breast, huh?
::: Cue CurbStompBattle.

* A train is taking a general, a private, an old lady and a very comely young lady somewhere. The train goes into a tunnel where it gets pitch black for a few seconds. There is a loud scream, an obvious slap, and when the train comes out of the darkness, the general has a hand-shaped red mark on his face. The old lady is thinking "It was good that young woman showed that she doesn't allow herself to be felt up." The young lady is wondering why the general felt up the old lady. The general is thinking how it's a damn shame that private felt up the young lady, and he got slapped for it. The private is thinking how it's perfect: he screams like a girl, gets to slap a general and got away with it.

* Creator/PGWodehouse's short story "A Sea of Troubles" features austere secretary Miss Pillenger, always ready to swing a fist at any man who might try anything--despite, of course, the fact that no man ever has. When her employer--who, unbeknownst to her, is about to commit suicide--gives her a kiss goodbye on the forehead, she nearly knocks him unconscious.

[[folder: Live Action TV]]
* Subverted in ''Series/NewsRadio'' when Lisa loses her shirt in the office and slaps Bill as she's walking to get it back.
-->'''Bill:''' What was that for?! I didn't say anything!\\
'''Lisa:''' You were thinking it.\\
'''Bill:''' ''[[{{beat}} lecherous grin.]]'' Fair enough.
* ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' had a case of this, where after a break-in Rose doesn't feel safe or secure anymore. It reaches a pitch when a strange man comes running after her in the parking lot and she kicks him in the groin, re-establishing her confidence and sense of security. Dorothy and Blanche are initially happy for her... until she sheepishly reveals the guy was only running after her because she had dropped her purse and is probably going to file an assault charge.

[[folder: Professional Wrestling]]
* Played straight then subverted. Once in 1999, Wrestling/MichaelCole, a neutral character at the time, attempted to interview Wrestling/{{Ivory}}, and she told him, "Why don't you [[MyFaceIsUpHere pick your eyes up]] and put them back in your head, pervert?" She then said, "Besides, I'm too hot for you anyway. Thirty seconds with Ivory would set your world on fire."

[[folder:Video Games]]
* An optional scene in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphoniaDawnOfTheNewWorld'' has Emil, a RareMaleExample of a ShrinkingViolet, bathing alone in thermal waters. While he's there, GenkiGirl and openly in love for him Marta enters the bath, which causes him to scream in surprise. Upon hearing him, the entire playable cast of the first game but Lloyd come checking out what's going on. Despite all of them knowing how Emil and Marta are, they all ''instantly start berating Emil and calling him a pervert'', and when Marta tries to say that, yes, she was the one that entered the bath and the perverted one, they tell her to ''shut up and not make excuses for Emil''. Yes, even the cool and rational Regal, Presea and Raine instantly believe the shy guy tried to sneak into the bath of the energetic girl and not the other way around and that's totally why he was the one that screamed!
** Oh, and just to drive the point home, the only one that believes Emil is Lloyd, and that's because Lloyd got caught in two AccidentalPervert moments and considers this to be the same. Except in those cases Lloyd DID look like a pervert, unlike with Emil where it's just absurd.
*** Ironically, save for Zelos, who of course gives him kudos, the rational and mellow ones are the most upset, where Sheena, who's been peeped on before by Zelos, and usually gets pissed off from that sort of thing, simply says you can't blame him for his hormones, and Genis, instead of making a smart remark about what an immature horndog he is, is just amazed at how badly he supposedly wanted to bathe with her. Kind of feels like an [[OutOfCharacter out-of-character moment]] for everyone save Lloyd, Zelos, and those two.
* The school [[HorribleCampingTrip camping trip scene]] in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' contains this trope, while Yosuke at least can be blamed for both hitting on Chie and Yukiko and calling them childish, the player character can actually be more complimentary in a way that can get on one of the girl's good side. Regardless you're given the options of agreeing that Chie and Yukiko are "fine" or disagreeing, it's a lose-lose situation because no matter what you're pushed OFF A CLIFF, into freezing water. The real kicker is that Kanji, who really said nothing the whole scene is pushed into the water because he gets a {{nosebleed}}, thus he must be punished [[AllMenArePerverts because nosebleeds are only caused by perverted thoughts]].
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' and ''4'' have other instances of this trope involving hot springs which is even worse because it usually has to do with the girls getting the time schedules mixed up or some other wacky misunderstanding that is exclusively their fault. Of course they always blame the guys for being [[AllMenArePerverts lecherous little schemers]] even though, with the exception of Yosuke and Junpei, they don't really care and just want to relax in the springs.
** ''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'' at least has Yukiko realize in middle of the misunderstanding SHE messed up with the schedules, but she continues insulting the guys anyway. Yukiko is possibly the nicest, most sensible girl in the cast. By comparison, in the game, she realizes after the fact, but the others decide not to tell anyone.
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' also has a moment when the characters are discussing an upcoming exam. Yosuke is in need of a tutor, so he asks the hard-working and intelligent Yukiko for some "private lessons". She then slaps him.
---->'''Yukiko''': Ohhhhh...you were talking about ''studying''?
** However, in that case, Yukiko is portrayed as misinterpreting romantic overtures (she had been harassed by a ''lot'' of guests to the hotel recently), so while it is sort of a case of this, she actually did think he was hitting on her, and apologizes when she realizes what he meant. And the fact that the phrase "private lessons" can be interpreted as a DoubleEntendre did not help Yosuke's case, as Chie points out when [[NeverMyFault Yosuke blames Chie for bringing this up]].
** In ''Persona 3'', it's implied that Junpei and Ryoji deliberately came at the time when the hot springs switch from guys only to girls only so they could get a look at the girls, and claim that they didn't know when it switched over.
* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' has the female Avatar attack Chrom after walking in ''on him'' bathing, although she did refrain from doing it when the situation was reversed previously. To be fair, she acknowledges the attack was unprovoked, and sincerely apologizes.

[[folder: Web Comics]]
* In ''Webcomic/CommanderKitty'', [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/09/25/nonstop-flight-to-pain/ Nin Wah thinks CK is trying to cop a feel and promptly headbutts him into unconsciousness.]] In a rare event for this trope, [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/10/03/5-ccs-of-chewy-gum-stat/ she's immediately apologetic once she realizes her mistake.]]
* ''Webcomic/MegaTokyo'':
** Invoked with Ping. As a RobotGirl designed for non-H {{Dating Sim}}s, she is programmed to attack undressed men if they don't put their clothes on within 270 seconds.
--->'''Ping:''' Piro-kun, I have to keep my eyes closed while I try to hit him. You should move.
** Junko beating up the L33t Gamer when she thinks he looked up her skirt is arguably justified. [[http://megatokyo.com/strip/777 Her smacking him simply for blearily muttering "Pink...Li'l polka dots..."]] isn't, especially since she was sitting next to him at the time, making it impossible for him to see up her skirt. Making the situation even worse, he'd also just collapsed from chest pain and had to take medicine, leaving him clearly incoherent. [[http://megatokyo.com/strip/778 The situation]] is followed up with the reveal that he couldn't possibly have been perving on her (she realizes that her underpants were striped, not spotted), and Largo expresses confusion over why she attacked someone who had only been trying to help her in beating an arcade game.
* One artist [[http://danbooru.donmai.us/posts/2128753 parodied the whole affair]] (warning: NSFW site) by having the boy launch into a tirade about the girl not locking the door and blaming him for it, [[AllMenArePerverts thinking he would have perverted feelings for her.]] When she asks what she could do to make it up to him for the payback, [[spoiler:[[ImmediateSelfContradiction he bluntly demands she have sex with him.]]]]

[[folder: Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' had an extremely rare ''male'' case of this. An over-protective, coddling Scoutmaster (voiced by Andy Richter) was walking down the driveway to his car when Bill, Dale, and Boomhauer needed to distract him. They walk up to claim their car broke down, but before they can even get out the first sentence, he maces them. Repeatedly.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', Bad Kaeloo throws the AmbiguouslyBi Stumpy in the air and he lands on the bathroom door just as Mr. Cat opens it. Mr. Cat [[BatterUp hits Stumpy with a baseball bat]] just for being outside the door when he was in the bathroom.