Woman Divides Opinion After Kicking Sand In Man's Face After Seeing Him Sitting 10ft Away On Empty Beach
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A TikToker has left her followers divided after she kicked sand in a man's face because he chose to sit 10ft away from her on an otherwise empty beach. Watch the clip here:
It's always a suspicious move when someone decides to perch themselves in the seat directly next to you on a bus with multiple other free spaces, stand a bit too close to you on the tube, or like this 'old man' who decided to lie down 10ft away from a sunbathing woman, despite the whole rest of the beach being empty.
Korynne, who goes by Mrs Presley on TikTok, decided to take matters into her own hands and hit back at this man's questionable placing.
Taking to the platform to show followers exactly where she was sat compared to the man and the rest of the deserted beach, Korynne can be seen pointing a middle finger up at the other sunbather.
She said: "When an old man parks himself 10ft in front of ur towel on a completely empty beach while u were napping and u know what needs to be done."
"PROMISE I’ll make u more uncomf then u make me, also my flat feet grip sand as good as a shovel #baywatch #handled," the caption reads.
The TikToker then proceeds to sprint past the man, getting the ultimate beach-side revenge by flicking sand all over his towel, leaving him staring after her in confusion.
Users were left divided by Korynne's actions, however, with some arguing that what she did made it seem 'more like [she was] wanting his attention'.
"Looks more like your harassing him. Lol," another wrote.
A third reflected that if they were the man, they'd 'think [Korynne was] flirting', while another pointed out: "He's laying there, you're flipping him off, he looks, puts his head back down so you run past him. Seems more like you're wanting his attention."
However, the majority resolved that the man got what he deserved.
"Notice how the MEN think you overreacted and the MEN think you could’ve moved. Girl I liked it, passive aggressive and it worked," one said.
Another reflected on a parallel situation they've faced while at the gym. "This is like when you’re the only person on the 500 treadmills at the gym and someone gets on the one right next to you," they said.
"Your auntie Sarah here. take up space. be loud. Don't be boxed in. If they want invade your space make them uncomfortable," a third commented.
A final user resolved: "It doesn’t matter if it was a dude, a woman, old or young. Don’t sit next to me on an EMPTY beach."