By Lydia Hawken
You don’t have to be a gym bunny to know that lifting weights is serious business – and something which involves properly studying your technique.
Earlier this month, TikTok user @marzii10 was working out in her local gym when she decided to film her routine.
The opening of the video – which has racked up over two million views – shows the woman standing in front of a mirror while her phone was propped up on a piece of equipment behind her.
As he arrived on the mat, a fellow gym-goer then briefly blocks the screen, places his bag on the floor while keeping his phone in one hand.
Aware that her phone was probably in his way, the TikToker rushed to move it and quickly apologised.
But it was only when the woman looked back over the footage in her car that she noticed that it looked as though the man was filming her bum.
She wrote: “I’m disgusted.
“I was recording myself but it looks like I wasn’t the only one.”
In a follow-up video, the woman said: “My stomach literally dropped.
“He’s lucky I was running late for work, otherwise I would have ran in there and been like ‘what the hell?’”
However, she did flag the incident to the gym’s assistant operations manager who assured her that they’ll file a report when they identify him.
“She was recording HERSELF, not him,” one outraged viewer wrote. “He had no right to record her.”
“This is why I don’t feel comfortable going to the gym,” another added. “They need an all female gym.”
Meanwhile, a third wrote: “Jesus. I’m sorry this happened.”
This story originally appeared on The Sun .
Via : New York Post
One find as much racism as one is looking for.
Andy Warhol Campbell Soup Can Painting sold for $11.8 million.