When are these people going to learn? I can't get my head around it.
Yet another alleged paedophile has been publicly shamed by a vigilante group.
The Hunted One pose as young girls or boys on social media, and chat with potential abusers before arranging to meet up with them.
When they turn up, they're confronted, recorded and handed over to the police.
The group claim that this man planned to meet a 14-year-old girl in a supermarket car park.
He also allegedly intended on having sex with 'her'. Luckily, 'she' was the vigilante group.
As you can see, the group leave their car and spot the man almost immediately. One says: "Don't move, don't bother deleting stuff, you're going nowhere."
They confront the man with the evidence they've gathered, such as WhatsApp messages and videos that he allegedly sent to who he believed was an underage girl.
The hour long video was filmed live yesterday at 2:30pm. Since then, it has been viewed 430,000 times.
He tries to backtrack, saying: "It would have actually not happened, I was going to drive off." He later adds: "I've been really, really silly."
The group claim that the man called the girl 'cute' and reportedly said: "Sorry I forgot how old you were, I shouldn't be doing this...you're too young for this conversation". It is alleged that he also claimed to have previously slept with a 16-year-old girl.
They added that he told the 'girl' to delete their conversations.
When the group revealed that the confrontation was being live streamed, the man asked them to stop because he has children.
A police spokesman said: "Police were called at around 2.35ppm on Thursday, 13 April to a report of a man planning to meet a 14-year-old child at car park in Jenner Close, Sidcup.
"There was no child for the man to meet, members of the public who had been in contact with the man over the internet, had brought him to the location.
"Officers attended and arrested a 44-year-old man on suspicion of attempting to meet a child following grooming.
"He was taken into custody at a south London police station, where he remains."
The video has since attracted thousands of comments.