While running errands on Thursday afternoon, Boston woman Jase Dillan came across an amateur filmmaker. His subject? The crotches and asses of girls and women — some as young as 12 or 13-years-old.
According to Cosmopolitan, Dillan called the police but decided she wanted to confront the man instead of letting him walk away. She chased him for several blocks and began filming the encounter when he finally noticed her. That’s when she started verbally calling him out, asking him how he likes it when he’s filmed without permission and demanding he delete the footage he took of her.
At first he pretends he doesn’t know what she’s talking about, eloquently asking her to “get the f*ck out of here.” Then he doubles down and basically admits he did it by saying he doesn’t need her permission.
What a world we live in that a man can creep on young women, get called out by one of those young women, and basically tell her “what are you gonna do about it?”
The video has gone viral, with over 1 million views and counting. Fox Boston picked up on the story, but blurred out the man’s face because “no charges have been filed against him.” Thank you, Fox Boston, for respecting the privacy of a man who all but admitted on video that he doesn’t legally need to respect anyone else’s.
just another day on Newbury St. please help me find and identify this creep. not only did he film my crotch and backside, along with the same of at least 8 other women that i personally witnessed in less than 10 minutes, but I decided to confront him after watching him do the same to 2 girls who could not have been more than 14 years old. DISGUSTING.
Posted by Jase Dillan on Thursday, October 29, 2015
Dillan did report the incident to a police officer, who agreed that the guy was a creep but also said that, legally speaking, there wasn’t much they could do since the women were fully clothed.
Did we mention he’s married? What a catch!
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