From the Canadian Press: An Iranian man studying in Newfoundland has been sentenced to two months in jail for kising a woman on her breast while the two were sharing an elevator. Farhood Azarsina, 25, pleaded guilty last week to sexual assault. Mr. Azarsina, a PhD student in Engineering at Memorial University, admitted kissing the top of the woman's breast while the two were on a school elevator on Sept.27, 2007. He apologized in court last week, saying he acted on impulse. Judge David Orr said during the sentencing yesterday that Mr. Azarsina has ' a superficial understanding of the effect of his actions '. He sentenced the student to two months in jail but gave him double credit for the three weeks he's already served leaving him just 18 days left in jail. Judge Orr said the fact that the assault took place in an elevator, an enclosed space, added to the trauma. Mr. Azarsina said he didn't realize the seriousness of the offence in this country. " You can't expect all males to control themselves when the breasts are out. " he said.