By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. A man inadvertently flashed his girlfriend's mother while taking part in a viral TikTok challenge that has people walking up to their unsuspecting partners completely naked. The challenge started with women surprising their boyfriends and husbands with their nude bodies and filming their reactions, but it has since evolved. Men are also trying out the prank, which turned out to be an embarrassing mistake for one guy. Over the weekend, TikTok user hxnkins shared a video of himself walking into his girlfriend's room naked — but she wasn't alone.
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A naked man ruined a school video class's group chat, teaching a valuable lesson about the importance of privacy settings in online settings. The world is attempting to continue as much of "normal" life as possible while practicing social distancing to combat the coronavirus, and that means an increased reliance on video chatting. If we're going to use video chats more often , we need to be vigilant with our settings and aware of the risks. Creeps use the internet, too. Many video conferencing apps like Zoom have the option to open a video meeting to anyone with the meeting's ID. It's a process similar to the link-sharing tools in Google Docs or Google Drive and, like link-sharing, it can be as risky as it is convenient.
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By Lia Eustachewich. June 4, am Updated June 4, am. Startling video from Monday shows a naked man attacking bystanders in the Bronx, and then getting pummeled to the pavement. At one point, the man is thrown to the pavement and beaten and kicked by three other men, including one who appears to attempt to restrain him — but he gets back up and continues going after the group.
A man who allegedly assaulted a naked man with a sjambok and bricks on Saturday, in an incident which was captured on video and went viral on social media platforms, appeared in the Taung magistrate's court in North West on Tuesday. After becoming aware of the incident in Lokaleng village, police traced the accused, who handed himself over on Sunday. The case against the accused, Vuyisile Godhlo, 47, was postponed until Wednesday for a bail application. He will remain in custody.