The latest in a string of recent incidents in which men have taken video of themselves in public bathrooms, has caused a backlash online.
In this case, a man called himself ‘The Man Who Shot the Video’.
“I got into the bathroom last week and saw a woman in her 30s, with no makeup on, with a facial wig,” he wrote.
“The next thing I know, she was screaming.
She was begging me to leave her alone.”
“As soon as I opened the door I heard her yell, ‘I don’t want you here!’
She was trying to get out, but I was holding my gun at her.
The woman was like, ‘No, I’m not leaving you alone!’.
I just looked at her, she’s screaming and yelling and I’m thinking, ‘This is not normal’.” I’m sitting there holding my hand up to the ceiling, and I see this young lady holding a sign saying ‘I’m leaving this place’.
“This happened to me. “
I feel horrible about it,” the man said.
“This happened to me.
I’m sorry for that, I didn’t do anything wrong.”
He continued: “I’m a very public person.
I don’t have any business being on the bathroom floor.”
The man said he was only doing it to show his family what it was like to be in a bathroom.
“It’s just a private bathroom, people should have the right to go there, not be threatened and have to leave,” he said.
However, he said the woman who was being escorted out had to be escorted out by police.
“A few people took it too far,” he told News.com.au.
He said the video was shot in front of a mirror. “
So, if it’s not a public place, there’s no problem.”
He said the video was shot in front of a mirror.
“There are two people in the mirror,” he explained.
“One is a man and the other is a woman.
The man is just holding his camera and the woman is just putting her hand in her hair.”
The video has since been removed from YouTube.