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Women confront 'creep' after he allegedly took photos of them by the pool: 'He was shaking'

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A group of women filmed themselves confronting a “creep” who they claimed took photos of them while they lounged by a pool.

Unfortunately, this is not an uncommon situation. In May, another woman went viral on TikTok after confronting two men on the beach who were allegedly taking photos of women without their knowledge. In April, a woman on TikTok claimed that a man had snapped a photo of her while working out at a gym.

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In this case, user @maiphammy and her friends claimed they noticed a strange man taking photos of them on his phone at what appeared to be a resort pool.

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“Stay safe out there, ladies,” @maiphammy wrote in the caption. “Decided to confront a creep taking pics of us when we were just trying to hang by the pool. HE TRIED DENYING IT.”

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“Excuse me, I’d really appreciate if you deleted the photos of us off your phone,” one of the women says in the TikTok.

After the man denies having photos of them on his phone, one of the women asks him to show them his camera roll. As he quickly scrolls through, one of them immediately spots multiple photos of them.

“Can you please delete them?” one woman asks.

The man then asks the girls to stop hovering above him and instead sit on the chair next to him while he deletes the photos because the situation is “intimidating” for him.

“I’m just making sure you’re deleting them all,” one of the women explains. “And from your recently deleted [folder].”

The video has since racked up over 6 million views in the four days since @maiphammy posted it on TikTok.

“You guys did the best thing,” one person commented. “You’re so brave.”

“He was shaking,” another said, referring to how the man’s hands were seemingly shaking while he was going through his camera roll.

“Men like this need to be called out,” someone wrote.

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