A New York City woman has amassed widespread attention after posting video of herself berating a man apparently touching himself on a subway train, Attn reported.
Deanna G. Carter's video opens with her filming the unidentified man, who is seen wearing a hat and sunglasses with a backpack on his lap.
"What are you doing?" she asks. "What are you doing, rubbing your d*ck? What the f*ck are you doing?"
The man doesn't deny the allegation, prompting Carter to order him to stop.
"Do it again and I'm gonna get up out this chair and I'm gonna bust your f*cking ass on this train," she says. "We understand each other? Do we f*cking understand each other?"
The man nods silently in the affirmative and clutches his bag, but Carter continues to slam him.
"I'm in one of those moods -- I will f*ck you up on this train," she says, before ordering him to "get the f*ck off" at the next stop. Seconds later, he gets up and follows her orders.
"Sitting here rubbing on your penis. Are you serious?" she asks.
The video has garnered more than 1 million views since Carter posted it to her Facebook account on Monday, and has been shared nearly 20,000 times.
"They were moving away and he was trying to get his train porn on," one commenter wrote in support of Carter. "Little did he know .... Not on Lt. Deanna's watch."
Attn noted that, according to a worldwide study conducted last year by the anti-street harassment advocacy group Hollaback, 82 percent of female respondents in other countries said they changed their travel patterns in their home cities because of harassment.
Watch the footage of Carter confronting the man on the subway, as posted on her Facebook page, below.