OnlyFans model Daisy Delacroix shared footage from the supermarket CCTV camera to TikTok, which shows her being targeted by the stranger. You can watch it below:
In the video, she can be seen browsing the supermarket aisles before a hooded man in the store spots her and walks up to her.
According to Daisy, the man then 'touched [her] butt' and whispered 'what's up baby?' in her ear.
Daisy's shocked reaction in the video shows that she did not recognise the man. She pulls away before pushing her shopping trolley away too.
The man, who is dressed in a white checkered hoodie and jeans, looks at her like he has done nothing wrong.
She reflected on the experience on TikTok, writing: "I was in complete shock. Ladies please be careful of your surroundings, I did not know this man and he tried to play it off."
The video did not go unnoticed on the social media website, and at the time of writing, it has been viewed over 3.3 million times.
However, many trolls proceeded to blame Daisy for what happened because of her outfit.
One wrote: "Why would you wear that to go grocery shopping? She wants the attention."
A second similarly asked: "Why are you wearing that at the store?"
Daisy proceeded to call out the trolls - who were mostly men - in the comments section, describing them as 'disgusting', and saying that no outfit is an invitation to sexually assault a stranger.
“I’m wearing a crop top and biker short. It’s men like you [who] are the problem. And that's just scary!" she wrote.
"Just because women choose to show skin will never make it OK to ever sexually [assault] women."
Daisy did, however, receive a lot of support from more sympathetic TikTok viewers.
"This has NOTHING to do with your outfit. It's all his own doing. He's an adult and knows right from wrong. I'm so sorry this happened to you," one wrote.
A second added: "How do we ALL not know as adults...HANDS TO YOURSELF!!!! It would solve so many problems if we all lived by that rule. I'm sorry that happened to you."
The TikTok user went on to make another video to emphasise that there was 'no excuse' for the man's behaviour.
"It doesn't matter what I'm wearing, if I’m wearing tight clothing, that will never give someone an excuse to come up and touch me," she said. "I don't need to justify wearing what I was wearing."
Topics: Real Life