Saturday, July 15, 2006

Posted: 14 Jul 2006 01:56 PM CDT

  • Walking up Madison Ave at 32nd Street, dude start walking right behind me and my friend.
    "Nice, nice."
    My friend and I ignore him.
    I turn around.
    "What did you say?"
    "I said I like your ass."
    "Don't say stuff like that. I don't like it."
    I take out my camera, he keeps grinning and being dumb. I take a picture but he turns his head.
    So I take another one.
    "Check out your picture online. HollaBackNYC!"


    Submitted by Anna.

Friday, July 14, 2006

Posted: 13 Jul 2006 12:01 PM CDT

  • This "nice catch" found me at 42nd Street - Times Square. He followed me around the station from one platform to another. Then he got on the N with me and stayed on until I got off in Brooklyn. He then got off. I got on the R, and he didn't. I snapped his photo in case he did anything - and I have it saved. He kept telling me he loved me - over and over and over and making kissing noises and motions with his lips. What a creep he was. Several men told me that they had been watching him talk to me and making the kissing motions and sounds. They said that if he would have done anything, they would have been up. Thankfully, he didn't try anything.

    Also, I had my 7 year old son with me. (That's part of his head in the side of the photo). So this man was behaving this way in front of MY CHILD!

    Thanks again for this service you provide. I wish I had a photo of the first perv I met - who rubbed his penis against my leg!

    Submitted by Brandy.

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

The Latest from Back NYC

Posted: 10 Jul 2006 07:58 AM CDT

Working as a waitress, I put up with all sorts of crap from sleazebag men. Here is a prime example - luckily I had my camera/phone handy.

I could hear these two saying vulgar things and laughing as soon as they sat down.

Me: "What can I get you?"
Creep in the green hat: "How about you, sweetheart?"
Nauseating laughter.

So I gave them some of me - a big loogie at the bottom of their beers. Cheers.

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Friday, July 07, 2006

Posted: 06 Jul 2006 06:15 PM CDT

  • I was walking down Nassau St. when an approaching man stops in his tracks and looks me up and down lasciviously.

    "How are you doing? Hot enough for you?"

    I stop, turn around to him and say "Don't mess with me today."

    "I'm not messing with you."

    I respond, "A lot of women don't like it when men they don't know approach
    them. It's very scary and it's very rude."

    He nods his head and smiles. "Oh, okay. I'm sorry."