NSFW: Woman Assaults Man on a Beach for Using a Quadcopter

Warning: Strong Language in the video above.

We’ve been covering stories over photography and it’s run-ins with the law for a while now. Most of the time, it’s the same frustrating types of events happening in different situations; a cop might tell someone to turn their camera off in a public area, someone might get a verbal harassment – whatever it is, it tends to make its way across social media everywhere each time it happens. People get frustrated to see things like that happen to them by the very force that should be upholding the law.

But this is something entirely different, and on an entirely different level of sickening.

Shot at Hammonasset Beach in Madison, CT, this video started recording after the cameraman had finished his last round of quadcopter photography around the park. At that point, a woman named Andrea Mears, 23, approached him and proceeded to call the police, apparently not liking the fact that he was using the device in a public area. This is where the video starts, after the guy realizes just how aggressive the woman is being.

What ended up happening is something I can only wish this article’s title was exaggerating: after getting off the phone with the police, Andrea Mears full-on plummeted the photographer, throwing punches, ripping off his shirt, and verbally threatening him like it’s a story of personal revenge.

Normally, this is where I’d cover my words on what happened in the video, and how it’s another example of photography clearly not being a crime. But this video unearthed something more troubling; when the police finally arrived, the cameraman claims he had to show them the video he secretly recorded in order to show them that the woman assaulted him.

If all of that is true, then had he not taken that video, he’d be getting arrested because the first thing Andrea told the police was that he assaulted her. The sickening thing this video brings up about the social state many of us live in today is that this could easily have gone wrong because of Andrea’s actions as a woman. It’s sickening that the entire time I was watching her beat him, I was wondering why he wasn’t hitting back until I realized it’d make everything worse. Even if it was in self defense, it’d do nothing positive for him in the face of authority. It’s sickening to realize that in order for this guy to have the woman get arrested, he had to have been videotaping it, instead of getting her the hell off of him.

AndreaThings aren’t right when we’re a society of people who feel like we need to record something to secure ourselves, instead of defending ourselves. What Andrea Mears did may be a result of a state of mind only few people share along with her, but they could have ruined someone’s entire life – all because of what her gender was compared to his. Because he was a guy, the fact that he was using a quadcopter at the beach justified calling the police and attacking him for being a “f*cking pervert”. And because she was a woman, she could have been trusted without much persuasion as all.

It’s great that being able to record videos is so easy these days, allowing people to expose more situations like this as time goes on. But it’s sickening to actually see them come up in the first place; it’s sickening to realize that things like this are something we still need to fix.

Well, hope you didn’t mind being photographed too much there, Andrea. You’re all over the web now.

[via photographyisnotacrime.com]

UPDATE: We have replaced the video with another version(thanks Rick), see why: Youtube took the video down with the reason: “This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube’s policy prohibiting content designed to harass, bully or threaten“. Here is the link in case it ever comes back. Sadly, youtube does not share any further details on why the video was removed.

  • http://twitter.com/chadchud Chad Gordon Higgins

    I’m not sure I would have had his patience!

  • https://www.facebook.com/shootitintheface Nick Thomas

    sue her pants off.

  • Alex Minkin

    bat….shit….insane

  • https://www.facebook.com/aminkinphoto Alex Minkin

    oh it doesnt get much more fantastic than this. send her to jail and see how long she lasts

  • https://www.facebook.com/anthony.hayes.5203 Anthony Hayes

    I want to see the quadcopters video or pics

  • cera

    im not sure i like the way this article is worded. while i understand where youre coming from in regards to gender, this article is bridging on being sexist. youre downplaying the fact that the reason women are believed is because male-on-female violence is HIGHLY prevalent in our society. was andrea ABSOLUTELY wrong & am i glad the cameraman recorded the video? certainly. but as a woman, i understand her state of mind and fear that this photographer had less-than-innocent intentions (see: creepshots, a forum on reddit and tumblr where men take and share photos of women – sometimes taken under their skirts – without their knowledge or consent). peeping toms have been around forever, and im sure in her mind she was defending herself (how would we feel if she had been right and he was a pervy photographer?) her actions were deplorable, ESPECIALLY the lying, but are understandable to an extent when you look at the reasons why she felt threatened. a calm demeanor & conversation on both their parts could have gone a long way.

    • http://wilcfry.com/ Wil Fry

      As a man, I have to agree with you about the tone of the article. I thought it was going to be about “no reason to get violent over photography”, but instead was a thinly veiled complaint that women are believed by the police over men — without statistics or other evidence to back it up.

      To the author: You probably could have gone a different direction with this, instead of bringing gender into it, right? Is it okay for someone of any gender to assault someone else of any gender over photography, regardless of how creepy it might have been? (I have to admit I’ve stumbled across a lot of places on the ‘net where this creepiness is rampant.) To me, the issues here are (1) violence isn’t the appropriate response to photography, (2) thankfully video exists, because in the “olden days” it was your word against theirs, and (3) wouldn’t it be great if cities/countries/places went ahead and made some reasonable regulations about remote control flying cameras so that people understand it’s normal.

      • Maaz Khan

        I want to apologize about the exact rhetoric I used. I think I wrote gender a bit too much into it there; I was writing it as one example of how situations can have bad outcomes because of the social contexts of what’s going on – in this case, the girl telling the cop she was assaulted. I ended up leaving it on that note instead of bringing it full circle into the big picture. And most of that did come from the anger I felt seeing something like that take place.

        To be clear, it wasn’t my intention to make this an issue of sex. It was to make it an issue of how worrying it is that situations like this happen, and the way most people are conditioned to react now is to pull out a camera.

        Basically, your points are what I was trying to bring up, and I really want to see #3 happen. One thing I did with this article differently is refer to the camera as a “quadcopter” instead of “drone” like I’ve usually done. There’s definitely a lot of controversy surrounding the use of it, and applying a word with that negative of a tone these days isn’t really the best thing for it. It makes it harder for people to understand its overall harmlessness.

        • http://wilcfry.com/ Wil Fry

          “…as one example of how situations can have bad outcomes because of the social contexts of what’s going on…”

          That makes sense to me.

          Also, I agree with your choice to not use the word “drone”, which seems to have too many meandering connotations these days. :-)

      • dingle berry

        Obviously the point of the article is what you object to. Any ‘other direction’ and the article would have lost its point. Society is inclined to look benevolently on the misdeeds of females but judges men more harshly. The comments here are evidence enough. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg0uWIs9qnw

        • http://wilcfry.com/ Wil Fry

          Some of the comments there are indeed disturbing.

    • Billy

      Well said. My wife had a guy at a mall trying to get photos/video up her dress back before technology was compact and I would have pummeled the guy, had I found him.

      For people unaware of these quads with cameras, this might cause the same reaction in some. I feel some courtesy has to be shown in public places when operating quad-copter cameras.

      • Bryden Smith

        Why? why does the owner of a Quadcopter have any less rights to the use of that space than anyone else. Where I live, there is no space that i can use a copter that isnt a public space, in terms of courtesy, I dont buzz past people extremely close and fast, but flying at height trying to capture the serenity of a beach sounds pretty reasonable to me.

        Fortunately where I live, it has been well advertised that being in a public place means that you may be photographed, and the photographer is well within their rights to take that photograph(within reason)

    • Maaz Khan

      I think I really gave off the wrong tone with what I said here.

      Last month I did a post on the recent upskirting controversy in Massachusetts. It’s definitely a big problem, and if a woman feels uncomfortable around a flying camera in the middle of the beach, then I’m right there with her. I don’t know anything about the guy and how he behaved at the beach itself, but if he was less confronting and she wasn’t as aggressive, this could have been resolved easily with discusion. I didn’t really think either side here handled the situation well at all.

      A lot of why I worded things the way I did were more from anger at seeing the beat-down take place. It could have been in any context other than gender; I was angered by the situations that could have happened because of misunderstandings like that. But talking about what Andrea did and having it be the only example I bring up at all when talking about gender definitely made me look one-sided, so I hope that I’ve been able to clear that up here.

      • Jack Elway

        if he was less confronting??? all he did was get off of me and stop assaulting me. Please don’t defend crazy, there is no excuse for people acting crazy in public. there is a right way and a wrong way to do things and the crazy bitch was wrong, very very wrong. If you were unsure of your article you shouldn’t have posted it. Your article was perfect until you started to apologize for your original and correct opinion.

      • Hank

        Less confronting?? He couldn’t have been more passive! She was trying to beat him up because of her own preconceived beliefs. He did nothing wrong!

      • Mario

        C’mon, your article was fully right and trying to apologize for it brings a whole lot of what you meant back to the table, can’t men express an opinion that will shed negative light on a woman’s behaviour? It is time to stop apologizing and taking the blame for everything going wrong in our society because males are evil and bad.

      • http://allenmowery.com/ Allen Mowery

        Maaz, as a photographer who does a lot of “street photography” (of sorts) and a fellow DIYP writer, the article was excellent, and you have no reason to second-guess yourself or backpedal in any fashion. Regardless of whether gender played a part in your article, gender DOES play a huge role in everyday life, especially in the United States. A simple review of the court system will tell you that…

        Do NOT be ashamed! Great write-up!

    • Matt

      Did you just rile on the author for being almost sexist and then go on to say you understand her frame of mind because the combination of a male and camera possibly means bad intentions?

      • Hank

        Here here Matt! Excellent point!!

      • Alex Minkin

        Precisely. And she may be justified in being cautious, but that’s it. Cautious. Not fly off the handle, bat shit insane, assault someone and then try to lie to get them arrested. Not justified by anyone, for any reason, regardless of peeping toms, then, now, or in the future.

      • Pickit

        Oh and don’t forget that she also stated “defending herself”. From what? Now cera, you are making her appear the victim here. What we need are less enablers like you – the scourge of the Earth.

      • http://theresazphotography.wordpress.com/ Theresa

        I was thinking the same thing.
        Also, If I’m in a public place and I’m doing something I shouldn’t in that place and there are cameras around, that’s on me, knowing full well I could be seen by anyone including pervs. He was smart to take video.

    • shnoopy

      She had no reason to feel threatened. Her reaction was completely irrational. The ‘helicopter plane’ and the pilot wasn’t anywhere near her. I can’t run own the block and across the street and beat the crap out of you because I feel threatened. Just stop.

  • HisWillAlways

    The solution to preventing this type of misunderstanding it to simply knock the camera copter out of the sky with anything available, a Frisbee, a baseball, sling shot, whatever and go Ops sorry, my bad, and walk away! No harm, no foul. Can’t film with a broken camera and stray balls, Frisbees, and other tossed, thrown, or shot object accident’s happen all the time at the park.

    • Lmlight77

      I don’t get it. If you are playing with a frisbee, or volleyball, on a beach, that’s ok and I shouldn’t interfere with you. But god forbid you are playing with a quad copter, someone else has a right to destroy it?

    • Jason Wright

      So next time you annoy me in public I can just smash your property and say “sorry” then walk off? Do phones count? Don’t like a loudmouth on their phone kick a ball in their face! Smash their phone! It’s all ok if you pretend it’s an accident. I will be sure to hit you in the face with a cricket ball whenever I can because that’s ok as long as I don’t like what you are doing.
      You are a jerk. Don’t be surprised of somebody punches you in the face in reply to your retarded attitude.

    • Hate-Ignorant-ppl

      You do realize that every single day of your life AT LEAST
      10 cameras will have taken video or pictures of you. But heaven forbid a 16
      year old flies a toy with a gopro attached! Have you even seen a video from a quad?
      If that resolution from that height makes you nervous then I have to wander
      what you are trying to hide.

    • catlett

      So you condone willfully destroying somebody else’s property? I guess if you are annoying somebody with your frisbee or camera or whatever it would be OK with you if they came up, took it and tossed it into a lake or sewer?

  • https://www.facebook.com/tom.miller.587 Tom Miller

    Looks like she is on drugs?

  • http://danmcq.com/ Dan McQuade

    That video is insanely (

  • bob

    I’ve recently heard what sounds like a good rule of thumb – men shouldn’t hit women for any reason if it can be avoided.

    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/96789090@N02/with/10411567113/ Cédric Hauteville

      How about making it “people shouldn’t hit each other for any reason if it can be avoided” ?

  • https://www.facebook.com/elliot.wilcox.3 Elliot Wilcox

    That was way unnecessary

  • https://www.facebook.com/christopher.backen Chris Backen

    I would have given her a nice right hook. And then had her arrested for assault and attempted theft.

  • https://www.facebook.com/david.a.garcia.771 David Anthony Garcia

    Giving her a nice right hook would likely land you in jail before you could even show the video.

  • Rex Deaver

    OK, this could have easily been avoided by the simple expedient of explaining to the women what he was doing. Or moving along, since at least one person was obviously disturbed by what he was doing. Or waiting until the police arrived to settle the matter. But the photog chose to be confrontational, to continue going about what he was doing, despite the fact the women obviously believed he was doing something wrong. Guess what, guys, people are going to get more and more defensive about their privacy in public settings. If your only response is that you have a “right” to do it, you are going to see more and more of this kind of thing and, eventually, guess whose “rights are going to be enforced? Better find a better way to deal with the public on this issue, or you will be regulated out of business. That is the reality, whether you want to face it or not.

    • Lmlight77

      By definition, you have no right to privacy when you are in public. You do have a right to not be assaulted.

      • Rex Deaver

        If the public decides it has a right not to be photographed in public, and photographers insist they have a right to photograph people in public, and the lawmakers are faced with how to resolve those rights to prevent violence, guess which side will win? Standing your ground when someone is obviously disturbed by your actions is a good way to ensure quadcopters get grounded. I don’t care either way, just pointing out this isn’t going to end well if photographers keep defying public sentiment on this issue.

        • http://twitter.com/jcunwired Jody Carbone

          I believe this would require a change to the Constitution. Tell ya what – if we can change it to clarify language of gun ownership i will fully agree with re-evaluating public photography.

          You do know that every time anyone pulls out a smartphone and snaps a photo it will be in violation of the law. Right?

    • catlett

      Really … what altered reality do you live in where crazy people can be reasoned with?

      • Rex Deaver

        If he couldn’t reason with her, he should have packed up and moved on. He didn’t even try to defuse the situation.

        • Jayson

          Not true. The boy was trying to pack up and the woman was preventing him. She was trying to hold on to his gear. As soon as she turned away to speak on the phone, he grabbed his equipment. That’s when she started to wail on the kid. That woman was too far gone to reason with and we have no evidence of what happened prior to this video. All we have to go on is this video, and the boy did nothing wrong in the video.

        • catlett

          Your statement was “OK, this could have easily been avoided by the simple expedient of explaining to the women what he was doing.” Again, you are apparently living in a fantasy world. You believing it would be easy dealing with someone who is clearly being irrational and it actually being easy are two different things. Secondly he should not have to. I am not going to bend over backwards to explain why I am going to continue my legal activities. Her not liking the law is in no way my responsibility.

    • http://twitter.com/jcunwired Jody Carbone

      Would an explanation have mattered? She knew exactly what he was doing, she was looking up at the camera from the beach (see his gopro video). She made up her own scenario while on the phone with the police, even before assaulting the photographer. Nothing he could have said would have made a difference – she’s a nut-job who went into it with confrontation in mind.

      He was completely, entirely within his rights. She, not so much.

    • BlackbeardsWyfe

      Absolutely there could have been a more thoughtful outcome, but this kid is 17 and I was impressed by his composure during the experience (from what I saw on the video.) She got herself worked up and decided that it was appropriate for her to assault a minor. She could have asked him what kind of project he was working on and I am sure he would have cheerfully shared with her how it all worked and why it was acceptable for him to film in a public area. She was never going to listen to ANYTHING he had to say because she had already determined (in her mind) that he was completely wrong. I am completely amused by her righteous indignation and the backlash she will be feeling for the foreseeable future. Glad the kid was smart enough to not strike her and remain calm.

  • http://elElefante.de/ Jerome Courtois

    Wow, that guy reacted perfectly in that situation really :) Glad for him. I don’t know if I could have kept such a cool head – just from a action/reaction point of view.

    • Hannibal

      I know I wouldn’t have handled it like that. I’d have beaten that twat to within an inch of her life.

  • Alper

    Maybe she wants to be famous. Check her acting/modeling profile;

    http://www.exploretalent.com/andreamears

    • Rick

      Look at the other videos this guy has posted. He’s a film student. She’s an actress. What is the only logical conclusion that can come from this?

  • tttt

    I get why people are upset about some perverts taking upskirt pics etc. But hell, how can you make any footage, that would seem “unapropriate” with a copter cam?

  • Jack Elway

    Ok it is a public beach and park you have no right to privacy in a public area. If you remain dressed in a fashion that you are not embarrassed to be seen in, which you should always be in public, there should be no problem of someone taking your photograph. The problem here is that so many people believe it is their right to attack someone that they disagree with. Reality is, no one has the right to attack anyone for any reason, and they definitely shouldn’t be lying to the Police about it. Hopefully the quad-copter pilot can make some money off the photos he shoot at the beach that day, atleast enough to cover the cost of replacing his shirt and what ever medical expenses he may have had, this insane bitch did scratch the crap out of his face. I hope this woman gets the book thrown at her. Andrea enjoy jail and your knew title as felon, may your job terminate you for your ignorant actions.

  • http://twitter.com/nodns nodns

    nice mens’ rights article. If that bitch just stated pregnant & in the kitchen, nothing bad would ever happen to her, right?

  • https://www.facebook.com/arkafon Arkadiy Birger

    i hope that bitch goes to jail or asylum. Guy needs to know some Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and just put her in a headlock and to a nice, quiet sleep till cops arrive.

  • https://www.facebook.com/arkafon Arkadiy Birger

    i hope that bitch goes to jail or asylum. Guy needs to know some Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and just put her in a headlock and to a nice, quiet sleep till cops arrive.

  • https://www.facebook.com/peterjrs Peter Simpson

    Sending her to jail was the right call…. lucky he was taping otherwise we know who would be going! As for the video…. the quad was so high that the people look like ants. She need not go to a public beach if she doesn’t want anyone looking at her or possible getting her in a pic.

  • https://www.facebook.com/peterjrs Peter Simpson

    Sending her to jail was the right call…. lucky he was taping otherwise we know who would be going! As for the video…. the quad was so high that the people look like ants. She need not go to a public beach if she doesn’t want anyone looking at her or possible getting her in a pic.

  • kirk

    @ cera

    are you for real….. i mean are you really kidding me…..

    “i understand her state of mind and fear that this photographer had less-than-innocent intentions”…….

    did you just really say that…?????…. some guy flying a copter that takes photos at a public park…… you are comparing him to some freak perv that photos up a woman’s dress with out her knowing it………

    DID YOU REALLY JUST DO THAT!!!!!!!…….

    are you for real…… WOW!!!!!!

    had that kid not recorded the event, then he could have done 11 years for assault on a female…

    • TrollStomper9000

      I hate to break it to you, but the internet is full of ‘tards. It’s best to ignore them. Like the crazy guy on the subway.

    • Mr.Winchester

      Just let her know, on her facebook

      https://www.facebook.com/ndrmears

      • Anonymous

        Don’t post FB profiles of innocent people.
        This is her actual facebook https://www.facebook.com/ChefAndieMears
        If you look through the photos you can see a picture where her tattoo shows.

      • popesergioIII

        thanks man, will do.

    • Jim

      Take a look at the video again. @ 2:09 his pants are clearly unzipped…

      • James McDugal

        Guy with a faulty zipper or forgot to do a flap-check is a pervert. Lady with no underwear in her miniskirt is fashionable. Ok then.

      • OldandNavy

        I have missed a fly check it two in my many days. Whew. Glad I didn’t end up in prison. Gosh….I guess I didn’t realise that I had inadvertently been uh, what’s the popular crap these days?

        Oh yeah…creepy.

  • https://www.facebook.com/bernard.duque Bernard Duque

    So who got arrested?

  • Rick

    I fear that all of you may have fallen victim to an internet hoax.

    The woman in question has an actress profile (as noted by Alpers below)
    There is nothing in the Madison CT police blotter regarding any arrests for this incident.
    There are no news reports older than two days for something that happened 4 weeks ago. All news report appear to stem from the video, not an incident that would have made news when it happened had police responded to it and a crowd had observed it.

  • http://tahoeshooter.com Jon Peckham

    Women in society are now 10 times more evil than men according to a Harvard study . . It’s getting bad. They need to be held far more accountable for their behavior and stop being worshiped . I hope this Biatch got jailed and had to pay lots of money for damages, but I doubt that will happen . . .

  • https://www.facebook.com/freshairphoto Randy Gentry

    I bet the get married in the end.

  • Jim

    Looks to me like her suspicions that his picture taking is less than innocent might be valid. If you notice at 2:09 in the video, his pants are clearly unzipped. Perhaps she saw what he was doing before he started filming this video.

  • Mr.Winchester

    She has a facebook, but thats about it

    https://www.facebook.com/ndrmears

  • http://twitter.com/Zavie Julien Guertault

    Upsetting: woman assaulting man for using a quadcopter. (via )
    https://t.co/TJOBrNDqZm

  • http://twitter.com/Zavie Julien Guertault

    Upsetting: woman assaulting man for using a quadcopter. (via )
    https://t.co/TJOBrNDqZm

  • humble_pedantic

    the only thing more sad than the women and men who support that femanazi is that youtube took down this video as they judged it “content intended to bully”

  • http://scallywagandvagabond.com/ scallywag

    A woman viciously assaults a man and only comes to receive misdemeanor charges and women dare to cry sexism??- wtf …

    http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2014/06/andrea-mears-assaults-man-beach-receives-misdemeanor-charges-instead/

  • https://www.facebook.com/MX200394 Mike Hill

    Doing photojournalism for the past 2 years now I will say it does not get you arrested. It gets you deleted photos and fines. Then the occasional crazy person who thinks you are a pervert. So many broken cameras.

  • http://scallywagandvagabond.com/ scallywag

    A woman viciously assaults a man and only comes to receive misdemeanor charges and women dare to cry sexism??- wtf …

    http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2014/06/andrea-mears-assaults-man-beach-receives-misdemeanor-charges-instead/

    • http://theresazphotography.wordpress.com/ Theresa

      He is 17 yrs. old, I would guess he was having fun with his new toy. imho

  • gs_790

    I’m just not going to get it.
    Step 1: think something wrong is going on
    Step 2: ask questions, still think it’s wrong.
    Step 3: call police
    Step 4: start beating on the person while the police are in rout.

    I’m just not going to understand how a head that’s cool enough to call 911, can minutes later start punching and kicking while the police are, presumably, on the way. Sure, guy with the quadcopter can say some real mean, abusive, and possibly threatening things in the mean time…

    Nope, I’m just not going to get it.

  • https://www.facebook.com/stephen.c.miller.39 Stephen C Miller

    Unnecessary yes but self admitted on another page he he says he did hover over her because of the bright shirt. And followed her running up the stairs. So there was some provocation. But nothing to that level.

    • OldandNavy

      Provocation my azz. This pile of fluff assaulted a minor and abused the 911 system and falsely accused her victim of assault.

  • Nj

    I am glad that the kid was not seriously hurt. That fat disgusting organism could have hurt him real bad. He should sue her disgusting ass in small claimes court.

  • name

    She’s so stupid.

  • https://www.facebook.com/takotaco Ricardo Rivas

    those things really are annoying

  • Mytelephotoisbiggerthanyours

    She is going wild there, but it’s not really obvious that he is in the clear. I’d like to hear from some other people on the beach what went down. I photograph people in public, I think it’s fair enough, unless they ask me not to. In which case, I stop. Neither party looks like they were squeaky clean here. Mr. Open Fly (who looks and acts like uncannily like Joffrey Lannister, which doesn’t help his case) vs Crazy Lady in a Mu mu with Anger Mgmt Issues makes for entertaining footage, though. I’d like to see a rematch: Crybaby vs Crybaby!

  • UnfrozenCavemanMD

    The medical term for her condition is “batsh*t crazy.”

  • Rick

    Youtube has restored the videos. Apparently they weren’t in violation after all.

  • David
  • james

    people take the words of the police and women as truth. no questions asked. but the police lie and so do women. they know their lies won’t be questioned. the exception is when and only when the male has evidence to prove his innocence. because guys are “guilty until proven innocent” which is NOT right. thats bass ackwards.

  • sfsd

    Ugh. Women are pure fucking filth.

  • mark garcia

    Look what that lady did was stupid and to assume that he wanted to take photos of her just wows me. Now maybe he took photos of people but the last time I checked photography is not a crime. Now you asked why he didn’t fight her off probably the fact that she said he assaulted her first which the law always go’s for the woman’s side when she claims a man assaulted her, or he just wasn’t strong enough to get her off. Now if it was me I would have popped her in the mouth but that’s just me and my opinion on this video

  • mark garcia

    Like I said it may be bridging to sexist but its true if there where cops on the corner of a street and a random woman went to them lets say super scared or fake scared and pointed and said that guy said he will beat the shit out of her and then she said he pushed me them cops would act on it just because she said that now if we were to put a man in that same type of scenario but he is saying what the girl said and pointed at a guy it would be totally different