Passenger gives up his seat to save the woman from the pervert filming her skirt, while the rest of the carriage does nothing
- Seated man subtly sees his phone use to film a young woman's skirt
- Many users of social media welcomed the noble relationship of the passenger
- Believed to be filmed in China on July 21 – has gone sensationally online viral
This is the moment when a passenger unexpectedly gives up his seat on the train to a young woman – but can you see the shocking reason why?
Online footage has been released of the hero commuter who quietly rescues a woman after he secretly sees a man using his phone to film her skirt.
The video clip – reportedly filmed on July 21 in China – went online sensationally and has watched more than 32 million times in a few days.
Many social media users have welcomed the noble handling of the male passenger with the situation, but others have questioned the authenticity of the scenes.
Secretly filming men under women's skirts has reportedly become a recurring problem since the rising popularity of smartphones in China.
Every year before the summer, users on the Chinese social media network Weibo warn each other to be extra vigilant when wearing skirts in public transport or on escalators, because men find creative ways to conceal images.
In the video, a seated man is seen very subtly with his phone to film the skirt of a young woman standing in the middle of the train in a green dress. The pervert's actions are so discreet that it is not obvious to all viewers when they first watch the video.
A man cunningly films a young woman's skirt on a subway in China on his phone before another man sitting next to him intervenes
The hero commuter, however, immediately gets up from his seat in the metro when he sees the pervert. Without embarrassing the young woman, he gently taps the young woman on her shoulder and offers her his chair – which she takes.
The footage is distributed through social media with the caption & # 39; not all heroes wear capes & # 39; and many online users have praised the hero commuter.
@ lro.robbo said: & # 39; Well done for this gentleman who stood in the way of this young lady & # 39; – while @babyl_is_home the man a & # 39; legend & # 39; called.
The noble man stands in the way of the pervert who films the skirt of the young woman on a subway in China
@Thin_Dreams wrote: & # 39; What is sad is that almost everyone just watched. He's a sick person. Disgusting. But the man who saved her, absolutely amazing. Love him. He knows what's going on. & # 39;
While @shannonxnaruto explained & # 39; What a gentleman! & # 39; and @thestupidamerican called enchanted & # 39; CHIVALRY AINT DEAD & # 39; from.
Meanwhile, many viewers noticed how discreet the pervert was and the fact that they had to watch the video multiple times before they understood what was going on.
@andria_xox wrote & # 39; Had to look a few times to understand what was going on! & # 39; – and @ mama_higgz4 said: & # 39; Looked at me a few times before I realized what was really going on here. Bless him and his chivalry & # 39;
While @ _queen.erika said: & # 39; I didn't even notice that guy was taking a photo / video, I just thought the man was polite! That is a real move & # 39; – and @ shrek.donkeyh asked & # 39; Who else had to watch this twice & # 39 ;.
The noble man taps the young woman's shoulder to give her his chair as a way to prevent the man next to him from filming her skirt
However, other people have pointed out that the scene can be staged while several passengers are filming the incident – with a young woman shooting the scene with a medium-sized camera.
@liuuhang asked & # 39; Why was so much filmed before he got up .. that sh * t doesn't look good & # 39 ;.
@ tatt2_ant also commented on the many passengers who filmed the incident: & # 39; everyone is filming so it seems fake & # 39;
While @trilltega & # 39; Yall chill & # 39; wrote, it is definitely an advertisement for anti-sexual harassment. Look at the big ass camera recording & # 39 ;.
@Miaevelynweb, however, claimed that the incident was authentic: & I have been to China and went on the subway, and I am not kidding, everyone has turned off their phone .. the Chinese are also known for everything to explain. & # 39;
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