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TikTok showing how women are attacked outside the house goes viral

A woman has gone viral after sharing a harrowing video showing the dangers women face while travelling alone.

British TikTok user Molly May Brissett shared a video to the social media platform where she acted out scenarios about going home, followed by newspaper articles  showing how women had been attacked in those scenarios.

The video quickly racked up 950,000 views while it was later shared to Twitter where it got 2.4million more views.  

A woman has gone viral after sharing a harrowing video showing the dangers women face while travelling alone. British TikTok user Molly May Brissett shared a video to the social media platform where she acted out scenarios about going home, followed by newspaper articles showing how women had been attacked in those scenarios

‘Don’t ever question why a female feels unsafe in this world, when these are the types of people we share it with,’ Molly May wrote. 

She starts the video by saying she’ll walk home, before a headline from Cambridgshire Live flashes up showing a story from earlier this week about a 39-year-old man being found guilty of raping a 17-year-old girl in Peterborough.

Next she adds, ‘never mind, I’ll get the bus,’ before flashing a headline from BBC News about the hanging of four men who gang-raped and murdered 23-year-old student on a Delhi bus in 2012.

‘No worries, I’ll get a taxi,’ Molly May adds, and then flashes a screenshot of a story about a taxi driver who has been  jailed for six years after raping drunk passenger on an isolated country road in Inverness.

She starts the video by saying she'll walk home, before a headline from Cambridgshire Live flashes up showing a story from earlier this week about a 39-year-old man being found guilty of raping a 17-year-old girl in Peterborough.

She starts the video by saying she'll walk home, before a headline from Cambridgshire Live flashes up showing a story from earlier this week about a 39-year-old man being found guilty of raping a 17-year-old girl in Peterborough.

She starts the video by saying she’ll walk home, before a headline from Cambridgshire Live flashes up showing a story from earlier this week about a 39-year-old man being found guilty of raping a 17-year-old girl in Peterborough

Next she adds, 'never mind, I'll get the bus,' before flashing a headline from BBC News about the hanging of four men who gang-raped and murdered 23-year-old student on a Delhi bus in 2012.

Next she adds, 'never mind, I'll get the bus,' before flashing a headline from BBC News about the hanging of four men who gang-raped and murdered 23-year-old student on a Delhi bus in 2012.

Next she adds, ‘never mind, I’ll get the bus,’ before flashing a headline from BBC News about the hanging of four men who gang-raped and murdered 23-year-old student on a Delhi bus in 2012.

Moving on, Molly May then says, ‘I heard Uber is meant to be safe, I’ll get one of those.’ She then flashes a story about a 19-year-old in New Zealand who was raped by her Uber Driver.

‘I could get the train?’ Molly May says and shrugs. She next flashes a picture of a story from The Independent about a teenage girl who was raped in Birmingham train station.

‘I mean, I could call the police and ask for a lift,’ Molly then suggests as she flashes a New York Times story about a police officer raping a woman.

'No worries, I'll get a taxi,' Molly May adds, and then flashes a screenshot of a story about a taxi driver who has been jailed for six years after raping drunk passenger on an isolated country road in Inverness.

'No worries, I'll get a taxi,' Molly May adds, and then flashes a screenshot of a story about a taxi driver who has been jailed for six years after raping drunk passenger on an isolated country road in Inverness.

‘No worries, I’ll get a taxi,’ Molly May adds, and then flashes a screenshot of a story about a taxi driver who has been jailed for six years after raping drunk passenger on an isolated country road in Inverness.

Moving on, Molly May then says, 'I heard Uber is meant to be safe, I'll get one of those.' She then flashes a story about a 19-year-old in New Zealand who was raped by her Uber Driver.

Moving on, Molly May then says, 'I heard Uber is meant to be safe, I'll get one of those.' She then flashes a story about a 19-year-old in New Zealand who was raped by her Uber Driver.

Moving on, Molly May then says, ‘I heard Uber is meant to be safe, I’ll get one of those.’ She then flashes a story about a 19-year-old in New Zealand who was raped by her Uber Driver.

Giving up, Molly May then says ‘I guess I’ll just stay the night and walk home in the morning,’ before showing her final headline reading ‘teenage girl raped in broad daylight as police launch manhunt for man in his 40s’.

Sharing the video to Twitter, one social media user wrote: ‘It’s really this deep.’

‘Honestly so happy this is getting some sort of attention because yes, everyone needs to see this and understand the reality of it because this world needs a big change and we must start somewhere!

'I could get the train?' Molly May says and shrugs. She next flashes a picture of a story from The Independent about a teenage girl who was raped in Birmingham train station.

'I could get the train?' Molly May says and shrugs. She next flashes a picture of a story from The Independent about a teenage girl who was raped in Birmingham train station.

‘I could get the train?’ Molly May says and shrugs. She next flashes a picture of a story from The Independent about a teenage girl who was raped in Birmingham train station.

'I mean, I could call the police and ask for a lift,' Molly then suggests as she flashes a New York Times story about a police officer raping a woman.

'I mean, I could call the police and ask for a lift,' Molly then suggests as she flashes a New York Times story about a police officer raping a woman.

 ‘I mean, I could call the police and ask for a lift,’ Molly then suggests as she flashes a New York Times story about a police officer raping a woman.

‘And yes we get ‘it’s not all men’ but nobody said it was?? Rather than being offended by this for no valid reason, raise awareness, stand up for these suppressed females or even just stop laughing with your friend when he does things like this.’

The videos have become a TikTok trend with others sharing similar content following the murder of Sarah Everard. 

Ms Everard went missing on March 3 as she walked home from a friend’s house in Clapham, south London.  Her body was found hidden in Kent woodland last week.     

Her murder has caused a global conservation about male acts of violence against women, with women sharing ways men can help them to feel safer on the streets.

Giving up, Molly May then says 'I guess I'll just stay the night and walk home in the morning,' before showing her final headline reading 'teenage girl raped in broad daylight as police launch manhunt for man in his 40s'.

Giving up, Molly May then says 'I guess I'll just stay the night and walk home in the morning,' before showing her final headline reading 'teenage girl raped in broad daylight as police launch manhunt for man in his 40s'.

Giving up, Molly May then says ‘I guess I’ll just stay the night and walk home in the morning,’ before showing her final headline reading ‘teenage girl raped in broad daylight as police launch manhunt for man in his 40s’.




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