You don’t know where to look – or whether it’s even ok to look – but the one thing you do know is that you absolutely want to look, and while it may seem like you’re into this cleverly placed book, everyone knows you’re using it is a veil to catch a glimpse whenever you can.
It’s only pervy when you do it as an adult.
Also, the beach is a weird place. Anywhere else if you got people walking around with next to nothing on there’d be uproar, but as soon as there’s sand involved nobody seems to give a hoot.
Well, apart from this next woman, who confronted a bikini-clad influencer after her young boys were distracted by her arse.
The incident occurred when TikTok user Aurea Miranda was wearing a pink string bikini to film content at upstate New York’s Freedom Lake.
However, one woman, who instead of just telling her boys not to stare, went over to Miranda and told her to cover her ass before offering her a pair of shorts.
The incident was captured on TikTok. In it, the woman can be heard saying:
‘You see those group of boys over there? Those are my boys. They’re staring at your a** which is hanging out in the middle of a public place.
“Do you need a pair of shorts? Because I have an extra pair.”
Aurea replied: “What do you mean?” to which the woman hit back: “I mean get your a** covered, that’s what I mean. Thank you.”
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In all honesty she doesn’t seem like she’s doing much wrong.
Yeah the outfit is pretty skimpy, but it’s not like she’s parading around in the nuddy.
Loads of people on social media seemed to be in support of Miranda, saying that the woman should teach her sons to not stare rather than confront the woman.
There it is.
I think the woman needs to just lighten up really. Boys will be boys and they’ll only see it on another woman ten minutes later.
Live and let live.
What’s an arse anyway?
Images via TikTok/Instagram
Charismatic, witty, charming, engaging - four things Joshua Rogers will never be. Thankfully, he’s a semi-competent editor, who, after graduating university with two mostly pointless degrees, joined The Hook two years ago. He subsequently honed his writing skills over several features and investigative pieces, arguably letting The Hook audience in on way too much of his personal life.