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sadChemE
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sadChemE

Had a car stop randomly on the street and a dude get out and start walking behind me on the sidewalk one night in college. Immediately got on the phone and hustled with pepper spray in hand. The shit is terrifying. I lived near campus and the bars so the dude was probably just drunk and his buds were dropping him off but it really is scary cuz you never know.

Now I’m working and my work won’t allow us to carry pepper spray inside so going to and from my car at night freaks me out since our parking lot is huge and I’ve already dealt with a creepy coworker.

Autochthonous7
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Autochthonous7

That was really terrifying to watch.

kogenhe
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kogenhe

Had a similiar thing happen to me when i was in highschool on my way back from school. Broad daylight, good neighbourgood. The guys stopped the car on the sidewalk blocking my way and i felt something was weird so i crossed the street. At this point they got out of the car and left the passanger door open, and tried to get me to talk to them coming after me across the street. I pulled out my phone and called my mom (who was at work and didn’t see the phone call) and pretended she answered and she is at a balcony in an apartment building a bit down the road and told her two guys are following me and started describing the car and them, asked her to send my dad and my brothers down now and call the police. (I was going to the bus station as I lived in a different city). I said it loudly so they can hear me say it and started walking very fast. They changed their mind and went back to the car. I was so afraid i never took a license plate. I just wanted to get home. I was so lucky.

Sorry if my story doesn’t make much sense. What I want to say is: word of advice for women: you can never be too careful, yell, run, grab your phone and call the police if you don’t feel safe. Always trust your gut and don’t talk to creepy strangers!! Stay safe.

Fogfish420
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Fogfish420

holy shit that is so gross wtf

Tazo-3
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Tazo-3

Happened to me twice and I’m a dude

Shauntaemd
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Shauntaemd

Damn it’s scary to even watch shit like this. Definitely been approached by a few weirdos in my lifetime. I remember being stalked by one guy when I was in the club years ago. I told him I wasn’t interested but every where I went he just happened to be a few feet away watching me. Eventually I went up to some random guy and asked him if he could pretend to be my boyfriend because the other guy was really starting to freak me out. My fake boyfriend of the night grabbed my hand and looked at the other guy as if to say “Back the fuck off”. The weirdo dude got the hint and I didn’t see him for the rest of the night. Shout out to all of the men who had to pretend to be some random girl’s boyfriend because some douchebag was making her feel uncomfortable.

shells17x
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shells17x

This is terrible!! No person, especially a child, should ever have to feel how this poor girl did!!! She was so smart though! She did fantastic in a horrible situation.

Doctor-Tac0
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Doctor-Tac0

Creepy

a-midnight-flight
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a-midnight-flight

When I was the closing manager at a store, I always drive one of my coworkers home. She lived a block away from the store but I never felt comfortable letting her walk home at night alone. She only asked me once and that’s all. It was in the rougher part of town, she didn’t have to explain herself.

pantsdrunkard
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pantsdrunkard

I would love to have a conversation with the driver.

hermeedontcare
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hermeedontcare

R E M I N D E R GUYS that your chance of survival drops tremendously when a kidnapper takes you to a second location. MAKE A SCENE BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE. SCREAM, RUN, STRUGGLE, DO WHAT YOU CAN. Run to the nearest home and ring the doorbell like crazy.

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This shit is scary and so, so sad. Stay safe out there.

PlaystationPlus
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PlaystationPlus

Sick motherfucker..

qwerty_poop
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qwerty_poop

I am posting this link on my social media. Everyone needs to read this. Especially men.

Aura1661
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Aura1661

I’m a guy is it ok to as a girl to walk me home?

Riksunraksu
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Riksunraksu

This is why once my parents divorced and my dad lived in a slightly less respectable neighborhood than my mom he had me carry a screw driver in my pocket and told to hold onto it or rest my hand in my pocket

herptasticplastic
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herptasticplastic

This is normal. Happens to me anytime I’m on foot. Started when I was 9, 31 now.

fields-of-shields
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fields-of-shields

This reminds me of when I was hiding from my mom while I was supposed to be in school

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BadBunnyBrigade
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BadBunnyBrigade

I don’t know, I’m not necessarily convinced the intention was malicious without any evidence that says otherwise.

Does it look creepy? Sure. Does it mean it was? No, not necessarily, at least not just from this video. How do we know it wasn’t a concerned parent/person wondering why a child was walking alone?

Hmm, I’d want to know more about it before making assumptions but I also think she did the right thing by hiding. There was no way for her to know what the driver’s intentions were, either.

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MarshmallowCreamPie
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MarshmallowCreamPie

Young girls are always going missing where I live. This kidnapping and/or human trafficking shit is getting way out of hand.

wefwefwa
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wefwefwa

Shit, I had a girlfriend who was scared to leave her place of work one time, because of guys waiting outside.

She worked the night shift, and it was painful to know that she was afraid. I’m glad she reached out and I was able to make sure she found her way home, but damn man.

The first step to a better world, is one that acknowledges that women should not exist in an environment that instills fear.

W1ldy0uth
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W1ldy0uth

Literally started getting followed and hit on by adult men since I was 10. I didn’t hit puberty until 15, so I looked my age. I actually looked younger. I’m sure a lot of women have similar stories. Shit is terrifying.

BFiftyBoom
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BFiftyBoom

Boomer, zoomer, gen x, millennial, trans, what the fuck ever, we gotta look out for each other as HUMANS.

StalkingAnbu
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StalkingAnbu

How about we stop talking to the women and start talking to dudes who keep doing fucked up shit like that.

If you know anyone doing this type of shit, CALL THEM OUT ON IT. Women are tired of being scarred at night and guys are tired of having to be protectors because some dude can’t chill the fuck out! Fuck this video pissed me off.

imakenosensetopeople
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imakenosensetopeople

I can’t believe people who do this (drive slowly following a woman/girl). Like, seriously? What do they think is going to happen?

TwinPeakMayor
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TwinPeakMayor

ask females why they’re scared

emmadonss
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emmadonss

Ladies: if a fellow lady is in an uncomfortable situation/ you see someone stalking/drugging her unknowingly and it’s safe for you walk up to her and say
” omg hi ( fake name)
go to hug her and whisper
” that dude’s following u ”
or something similar. 9/10 times the dude will realize she’s not alone and will bounce. dudes can do the same too but it might be kinda intimidating.

CuriosityPersonified
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CuriosityPersonified

I’ve spent my whole adult life scared like this. To this day, if my husband isn’t home, I’ll do the house sweep like a cop and check every door 50 times before I go to bed and this is inside my home.

When walking on the street, I quickly learned to have my keys at the ready, have a big enough rock to do some damage if attacked, and 911 on speed dial. I used to run drills where I’d have one my male friends chase me to me see how fast I could unlock the door and get in. I thought I would be safer in a 1st world like America, but nothing much is different as far as women’s safety goes and I come from a pretty women-unfriendly third world.

To say that this video was spot-on would be an understatement.

19finmac66
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19finmac66

Did they find this guy?

Behby_Goose
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Behby_Goose

Wow, that’s terrifying. Glad she made it home safe

layogenic_litost
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layogenic_litost

This reminded me of being 12 years old (6th grade), riding my bike, and having a Jeep full of grown men (18-21) speeding down the streets of my neighborhood to follow me and catch up with me. Shits real.

Rave-light
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Rave-light

I’ve been stalked like this so many times. Child. Preteen. Adult.

One of the first times, I was when walking home from third grade. I was about to enter my garage when my next door neighbour suddenly screamed my name and invited me over in a hurry. She locked the door, called 911, and said some guy was following me into the garage.

The cops came and told us he was known in the area for stalking girls.

The next time, it was two guys in a classic white van. They pulled up to my friend and I in 4th grade and asked us if we needed a ride. We laughed in their faces, screamed curses and called them Paedophiles. They sped off cursing us out.

In high school stalked when getting off a bus by some old guy. Ended up getting off past my stop and hiding in the library.

As an adult, taking the subway late and hiding in the shadows waiting for cars that lingered a little too long.

I could go on. I’m happy to see so many people responding. This really happens. Everyday. Night and Day.

It’s just what we live with. It’s just what your life adapts to.

My parents recently got flood lights above the garage I almost got followed into. They make me actually nervous because I’m so used to hiding in the shadows and waiting for the threats to pass.

I‘ve spent my entire life like this. I’m not used to the change.

whogon_checkmeboo
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whogon_checkmeboo

This made me want to vomit, terrifying

gay_or-european
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gay_or-european

This is horrifying the poor girl in the video must be beyond terrified.

SWEENe93
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SWEENe93

I remember one night my mate and I were working out in his garage gym just playing some tunes and lifting weights. The garage door was up and it was a summer night so clear and warm. At about 11pm out of the darkness came this girl probably about 18-19 years old. Must have been terrifying coming up to two grown up muscle bound guys working out. She was clearly scared witless and said that she was walking home from work and this car was following her. Being as we both had younger sisters we went into older brother mode. Luke is on the road scanning and pumped up to throw down and I am getting her a water and telling her it will be okay. Got her friend to come and grab her from ours and as she left got a big hug (though not necessary). Thing is people are sick the world over and it’s all our responsibility to look out for others in their time of need (whenever/however that may be)

SweetperterderFries
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SweetperterderFries

Story Time. I had something just like this happen to me.

I was once attacked while coming home one evening. It was only a block from my car to the house, so I should have been fine.

Despite the street being clear when I got down from the car, two men seemed to come out of nowhere and began walking behind me. They were college age, regular looking bro’s. In any other environment I wouldn’t have thought twice about them. However, I could tell that they were very aware of me. I tried to convince myself that it would be unfair to immediately assume these guys were dangerous. Still, their steps got louder.

I’m embarrassed to say that, my brain went into some bizarre cognitive dissonance where simultaneously nothing was wrong and I’m in extreme danger. So I just kept walking, pretending that I was oblivious.

I realize my keys are somewhere in the bottom of my bag. Too scared to look down to dig for them, I began softly knocking on the front door. The guys are now literally walking up the steps behind me. THANK GOD the dog had been barking. My roommate hears him, opens the door, sees the two men on the porch, and pulls me into the house.

One of the men runs off and jumps into a passing car, the other starts fighting us to get into the front door. I can only assume they had been driving around looking for someone to pick up, and saw me.

We tried smashing his fingers with the door but he was probably drunk or high. He didn’t seem to notice. It wasn’t until her boyfriend came down and scared him off that he finally gave up.

The next morning, we called the police.

I wish I could laugh but one of the cops seriously insisted that the two men were probably just trying to get into our house because they thought we had invited them.

So yeah… It sucks for the guys who don’t feel like women trust them. But it’s because we can’t ever let our guard down, it’s been drilled in by experiences like this. Even in situations where we’re supposed to feel safe. A block from your house. A friend taking advantage of you when you were drunk. A guy losing his shit when you turn him down. I wish it wasn’t like this, but it is.

yeet-o-leet
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yeet-o-leet

The first time I even realized this was a problem I was at a restaurant with my friends and a girl I had like one class with in high school walked over and asked me to move her car to the other side of the building and grab her purse because there were some creeps in the car next to her. Weird ass dudes. The restaurant ended up calling the cops on those creeps. Never escaped my mind since. Stay safe y’all!

puss_parkerswidow
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puss_parkerswidow

I was 12 years old and picking berries with my friend, when some adult men in a car tried to get us to get in the car, one of them had a pistol. We ran and they drove away. That was 1982, Houston area, a yellow vw bug. It sucks that that has to be one of my memories. The suckier part is my parents assuming I was exaggerating. I know what I saw and so does the friend. Her dad believed us and went looking for the car.