The internet may be a wild and wonderful place, but like everything else, its a double-edged sword. After all, having an online presence means anyone can find you. Unfortunately, that means you’ll receive all sorts of attention, including unwanted ones.
This local woman took to Twitter to expose a creepy encounter she had on Instagram. Apparently, someone had hit her up, looking for a quick hook up. He even offered her RM1000. However, to no one’s surprise, she did not find the incident flattering. In fact, she found it downright disrespectful!
From the screenshots, she was apparently contacted by a man name Faizal. He clearly knew what he was asking was beyond the social norm, but tried to wave it off by apologising and hoping she was an “open minded person”. “Babe, you are really, really pretty, hot and (a) sexually attractive girl,” he started. “I kind of like you a lot.”
Faizal then asked if she would consider having a one night stand with him. “Don’t worry, I’m a nice person,” he continued. “I will treat you like a true princess.” He supposedly promised her dinner, a “great night together” at a hotel and said he would treat her gently. “I’m looking for a “no strings attacked” and “casual sex” relationship with you, if you accept it,” Faizal said. He also asked her to keep the conversation a secret.
As if to ‘sweeten’ the deal, Faizal also offered her monetary compensation for her ‘services’. “I can be your financial sponsor if you need one,” he told her. “I’m an oil and gas engineer with very strong financial background, just in case you were wondering (about my) financial status.” Faizal then promised to give her RM1000 every time they hooked up. “I hope you don’t mind if we meet 3-4 times a month,” he added. “I won’t push. If you think you won’t be comfortable because we (don’t know each other), we can take it slow first…”
The woman admitted she had been conflicted about exposing the man’s profile publicly. However, she finally decided that as he didn’t respect her, she didn’t see the need to afford him much privacy either. Nonetheless, she did take care to blur out a part of the man’s Instagram handle.
Netizens on the other hand feel her actions shouldn’t stop there. Several recommended she report the incident to the police, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM). One netizen blatantly stated it was sexual harassment. “This man claims to (want to) treat her like a princess, when in fact, he treats her like a prostitute,” the comment reportedly said.
Well, we can certainly understand the woman’s indignancy at being treated like a call girl. Hopefully Mr. Faizal learns from his mistakes and thinks twice about how he approaches women in the future. After all, women aren’t here to satisfy your sexual libido!
Source: China Press