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Watch Video: Shameful! Delhi aunty asks seven men to ‘rape’ women wearing short dresses at restaurant

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 1 May 2019, 11:07 IST

In a shocking yet shameful act, a middle-aged woman in the national capital was caught on camera reportedly abusing a group of young women for wearing a short dress and asking men to rape them. The video of the woman has been widely surfaced online after one of the victims named Shivani Gupta, who was also abused by the aunty, shared the video on social media.

In the video, the narrow-minded aunty can be heard making ridiculously sexist comments against a group of young women over wearing short clothes. She reportedly addressed seven men at a restaurant in Delhi to rape girls who were in 'inappropriate clothes.'

She can be heard saying in the video: "You're recording no? Hello guys. These ladies want to wear short to short dresses to encourage all to see them. All these ladies wear short dresses or get naked to [get] raped."

However, women are always being blamed and harassed for wearing clothes of their choice. Disgusted by aunty’s filthy words, the group of young women followed her to a shopping centre from the restaurant. The women started recording a video of her while questioning her mindset.

Shivani shared the video on Facebook and writes in her caption: "Today my friends and I were harassed by a woman at a restaurant for me wearing a short dress. This middle-aged woman you’ll see in the video addressed seven men at the restaurant to rape us because she felt we deserved it for wearing short clothes and bashing her unsolicited opinion."

In the 10-minute video posted on social media, it can be seen the young women confronting the aunty in the shopping centre. They also asked her to apologise, however, she refused to do so and tried to avoid the group.

When the women repeatedly asked her to apologise, the woman asked the store staff to call the police. The video had gathered more than 1 million views on Instagram and 32,000 views on Facebook.

First published: 1 May 2019, 11:07 IST
 
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