TikToker @Maiphammy and her friend were minding their own business while sunbathing at a pool. But moments later, the duo discovered that a man who sat several meters away secretly took their photos. The friends were even more horrified by how many he has on his smartphone. “Confronting a creep taking pictures of us at the pool.” The 18-Year-Old wrote at the beginning of the clip.
TikToker @Maiphammy and her friend caught a man taking their photos while sunbathing at a pool.
The ladies confronted the creep and were horrified by how many he has on his smartphone.
The women could be seen approaching the man, with one saying: “Excuse me, I’d appreciate it if you deleted the photos of us off your phone.” Another added: “Show us your camera roll.” The man who remains unidentified instantly denied snapping images of them, but eventually, he admitted that it’s precisely what he has been doing.
As seen, the man trembled as they directed him to show them his camera roll. On doing this, he was then instructed to delete the photos. “Stay safe out there, ladies. I decided to confront a creep taking pics of us when we were trying to hang by the pool. HE TRIED DENYING IT,” The TikToker captioned the clip. So far, it has been watched over three million times and has garnered over 500K likes.
As seen in the clip, the unidentified man trembled as they directed him to show them his camera roll.
People have since dubbed TikToker @Maiphammy and her friend as courageous.
Here’s How People Have Since Reacted To The Incident:
However, it’s downright an offense to take photos of people in public gatherings or on public transport without their consent. Taking someone’s photograph after having been asked to stop can result in either harassment or stalking. On the other hand, it might be considered legal, but this depends on the circumstance.