Woman Confronts Man Who Took Photo Of Her From Behind At Gym
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A woman has gone viral after sharing footage of herself confronting a man who took a photo of her at the gym without her knowing. Watch the clip below:
In a series of videos shared to her channel, Janelle can be seen confronting this man, who calls himself 'Bob', demanding to see the last photo he had taken on his mobile.
Denying any wrongdoing, the man says that she was mistaken and that he hadn't done anything wrong.
Janelle then threatens to speak to the management of the gym and check the security cameras if he refuses to show her his phone.
She says: "I'm just trying to get to the bottom of it because that's really disrespectful if you did."
The man eventually shows her his photos, but Janelle claims that she spots a photo of her bum and demands that it be deleted.
"I see it right there, so you're lying. Delete it right now before I make a f***ing scene," the 29-year-old says angrily.
"I don't want my body on your phone. This isn't your body. F***ing piece of s***."
The man tries to calm the situation down, telling Janelle to 'relax'.
However, as he tries to leave the gym, Janelle stands in front of him, ordering him to delete the photo and to let her see him do it.
In several more videos posted since the incident, Janelle has explained that the man's membership was subsequently cancelled, although that's not really what she wanted.
She said: "So update: his gym membership, terminated, which is great.
"I don't know if that's exactly what I wanted, I think I wanted an apology, like, a sincere apology that you would never do it again and that you were really sorry, not that you were sorry, like, I know you said you were sorry in the video, but you were also caught red-handed, so, like, any guy would say sorry, whatever.
"I just want a sincere apology, and the fact that he couldn't even do that, it is so sad."
Since she posted the videos, followers and fellow users have praised her courage in standing up to the man.
One user said: "I'm so proud of you. That took a lot of courage and men need to start being held accountable."