Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by MXZT, Sep 28, 2021.
What do you guys think of this?
Is it creepy and weird? Yes.
Is sunbathing in a bikini in the middle of a public park attention-seeking behavior? Also yes.
I can't believe they still do Inside Edition. It's creepy but people are weird
Yes people are allowed to take photos in public.
Yes it makes you a huge fucking creep to take photos of women in public.
It's not illegal to be a creep, but if you're doing that get ready for a boyfriend to fuck you up.
It's creepy and rude as hell, I don't know why anyone would defend this.
Camera phones are like the second worst invention behind nuclear weapons.
Not something I'd do and a bit creepy but honestly I think the reactions are probably based on media scare mongering, women thinking anyone doing this is either a serial killer/rapist or uploading the pics to a porn site.
Meanwhile Inside Edition is recording everything......... Old men taking photos bad, Inside Edition recording me and putting it all over the internet good.
Phones cameras in Korea (and I think Japan) are required by law to make a sound when taking a picture because of exactly this. Korea especially has had a lot of spy cam scandals and revenge porn shit go on the last few years.
LOL at these pussies deleting photos.
People take pics and record EVERYTHING. Do you not think lying in a park half naked is not going to get the cameras clicking lol....Creepy for sure, loser behavior. But thats the world we live in. Women take pics of other women all the time ......
Yeah, I vaguely remember an article about upskirt shots being a real problem for women in Japan, which was actually the first thing that the video reminded me of.
To be honest, whilst I don't think that people should be sunbathing in a public park, or at least think that it should be moved to a designated area where they can get protection from things like this, I'm a bit disgusted by those who had made the woman their focus.
Dude i don't think these people are gay
Although I suspect really as with a lot of people the biggest factor isnt "random man in the street" but rather someone they know, the establishment generally I think loves the idea of the "wierd stranger" as a souce of fear.
The end result can be situations like...
Why is it attention seeking?If its a hot day and you are not able to go to the beach the parks where I live is filled with people sunbathing. It not attention seeking in my opinion, its taking advantage of a hot nice day.
People should be able to sunbath in the park with out getting photographed or filmed.
If guys sunbath in the parks is that attention seeking too?
Very creepy but if you're going to be out in public wearing a bikini shit like that can happen. You can sunbathe in less populated areas very easily, even in the city. Kind of silly to go attention whoring then complain when you get it. Would you go to a public park in only your bra and panties? A bikini is the same thing, people expect to see that at a beach or pool not in the middle of town.
True as well!
I just watched the video and what a loaded piece. As others have said, it's not illegal. Creepy for sure. If they want change, put in the work to get the laws changed.
Wish the dude in the video would have answered, "Trying to bust a nut later" when asked why he took the pics.
On the other hand, how much do you want to bet while traveling that blonde chick, or every person angered by the video, has taken pics of random people in third world countries without asking?
Sunglasses and filed into the Wank Bank...
Obviously, people hanging out in public places are subject to having their pic taken, despite if the party taking the pic is being a creep. If anything, the chick was arguably harassing the creep who took her pic.
Also, not answering the poll. Context is needed. E.g., there is a difference between taking a pic of someone standing in a park that you happen to be in, vs following someone around and snapping pics.
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