Today when I was at my singing lesson (laboring through some Schumann -- thank God he's dead and can't suffer any more pain) my teacher told me a funny story about an adjudicator at the NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) convention who was called on the carpet because one of the competitors had accused him of sexual misconduct. He was absolutely baffled at this, and asked what in the world he'd done. The singer claimed that after she finished her piece, the adjudicator had asked: "Would you like to have an affair?"
"No, no!" the poor man exclaimed. "Nobody had ever taught her to breathe properly. What I said was: 'Would you like to have enough air?' I was going to show her some breathing exercises, but she ran out of the room."
Personally, I didn't see any reason for her to have made a complaint; even if she had thought he'd propositioned her, at least he was polite about it.