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Katy Davies, from London, went to Twitter to throw a stranger because he had touched her in Pret and revealed that she had told him to "stop women's hats & # 39;

Furious women fling strangers because they have touched them in public, with one accusing even men of trying to & # 39; float & & # 39 ;.

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Katy Davies, from London, criticized a man online for tapping her in the Pret queue and pointing to a cash register that was free.

She tweeted: & # 39; A man tapped me on the shoulder from behind in the line in Pret to point me to the free one until I was already on my way. I said this to him and I will tell everyone who needs it: & # 39; Stop trying to protect women. & # 39;

And it seems that Katy is not the only person who finds men offensive in public, but another woman, from Aberdeen, who revealed that she & # 39; had a collapse when she looked at the nose of a pushing dog for the hand of a man on her knee.

Katy Davies, from London, went to Twitter to throw a stranger because he had touched her in Pret and revealed that she had told him to "stop women's hats & # 39;

Katy Davies, from London, went to Twitter to throw a stranger because he had touched her in Pret and revealed that she had told him to "stop women's hats & # 39;

In her tweet, Katy hurled the man for tapping her shoulder to point her to a cash register to which she & # 39; was already en route & # 39 ;.

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She scolded him and said she would do the same for others, revealing that she was warning him: & # 39; Stop trying to protect her. & # 39;

Meanwhile, Laura, from Aberdeen, said she was offended in the same way by people trying to touch her in public.

She said: & # 39; If you have just about a melting pot because a stranger touched your knee in the middle of the street … and then you realize that it was actually the nose of a dog. & # 39;

Katy, in the photo on the right, revealed that she had reprimanded the man and warned him not to & # 39; herd & # 39; after he pointed her out to a free one in Pret

Katy, in the photo on the right, revealed that she had reprimanded the man and warned him not to & # 39; herd & # 39; after he pointed her out to a free one in Pret

Katy, in the photo on the right, revealed that she had reprimanded the man and warned him not to & # 39; herd & # 39; after he pointed her out to a free one in Pret

Emma Jane, whose location is unknown, said there were absolutely no circumstances that she found acceptable for people to touch each other on the street.

She said: & # 39; The second day in a row a stranger approached me and touched me on the street. THERE IS NO REASON TO Touch ANYONE YOU DON'T KNOW. Is there a way to say this more clearly? & # 39;

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Another person said they were shocked when a man touched their leg to ask them to move an uncomfortably placed bag.

Anna Fearon, whose location is unknown, hashtag her post with #EverydaySexism, saying: & # 39; I was on the train a few weeks ago and the man opposite me felt the need to touch my knee to get my attention to move my bag. & # 39;

Katy revealed her annoyance online and said she would say the same thing to & # 39; everyone who should hear it & # 39;

Katy revealed her annoyance online and said she would say the same thing to & # 39; everyone who should hear it & # 39;

Katy revealed her annoyance online and said she would say the same thing to & # 39; everyone who should hear it & # 39;

Meanwhile, Lauren Cox from New York said she was frustrated that someone had asked her for help by touching her.

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She said: & # 39; If you can't hear someone talking to you because you're wearing headphones so they hit you.

& # 39; Why? Does anyone else have ears or answers? Am I the only person who can still help you? Please don't touch me with your strange fingers. Bye. & # 39;

Meanwhile, Rose Stokes from London also burned as two men sexist because she tapped her and started a conversation.

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Other women also went to Twitter to share their annoyance about being touched by strangers, including someone who said they had a & # 39; meltdown & # 39; after she had mistaken the nose of a dog in the hand of a man

Other women also went to Twitter to share their annoyance about being touched by strangers, including someone who said they had a & # 39; meltdown & # 39; after she had mistaken the nose of a dog in the hand of a man

Other women also went to Twitter to share their annoyance about being touched by strangers, including someone who said they had a & # 39; meltdown & # 39; after she had mistaken the nose of a dog in the hand of a man

She said: & # 39; Today, in the last episode of the patriarchy, I put my boxing wraps on the tube, when two men I didn't know and didn't know each other felt the need to tap me and mansplain to package to me. I was almost done at this point. & # 39;

A woman named Holly from Manchester said she was happy to stand up for herself when a man touched her while commuting.

She said: & I remember that I got on Manchester Piccadilly quite late on a Friday night and the man behind me felt I wasn't moving fast enough, so he put his hand on my lower back to hurry me. I turned around and told him loudly that he should keep his hands away from me. & # 39;

& # 39; He jumped back, I don't think he expected a response. Then I received the typical answer from & # 39; Calm but & # 39; and & # 39; you respond excessively & # 39 ;. He had been drinking (no excuse) and was with a friend and I think his ego was bruised. & # 39;

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