Recently, a certain netizen named Aize Tori took to Facebook her horrible experience with a person who groped her while she was on the way to Manila. Aize shared that she rode the bus from a Baliwag Transit terminal at six in the morning when she noticed a suspicious guy.
According to the netizen, she already experienced being a victim of unwanted advances from random strangers. This is why it came to no surprise when the guy sat beside her despite the fact that many seats remained vacant when they boarded the bus.
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Aize shared how she tried to scare off the suspicious guy by bringing out her pepper spray. She also texted her friend about the behavior of her seatmate. However, tiredness got into her as she fell asleep during the ride.
The netizen woke up to the guy’s hand already groping her thigh and making its way towards her private area. Furious, she started to scream and hurled bad words towards her groper.
Despite what happened, the man remained chill and even pretended to be talking on the phone. It was not until Aize threatened him about bringing him to the authorities when he decided to alight the bus. After he got off, Aize said that the man gave him a sharp look and even flicked the finger at her.
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Unfortunately, other women also fell victim to the same man that groped Aize. The netizen showed screenshots of comments and private messages from different women who confessed to being groped by the same person.
Check out some of their messages below:
Catcalling is prohibited in some areas in Metro Manila. In fact, in Quezon city, women can file charges against people who show them untoward advances in public spaces. This includes catcalling, wolf-whistling, leering, groping, and many others. As a consequence, offenders who are found guilty will be penalized accordingly.
Read Aize’s full post below: