A barely dressed actress pretending to be drunk, adjudges the reaction of the males around her. This Social Experiment had shocking results!
Have a look!
Uploaded to YouTube by rehab clinic Centro Europeo Neurosalus, the ten minute clip shows the scene of about 5.30 in the evening in the bustling city of Madrid. Instead of giving out a helping hand, the men offered her more alcohol!
The director at the starting of the video says that it was more than just a social experiment. He adds that numerous questions stand upright after watching this clip. What if something similar happens on a Saturday night?
When she told them that she had been drinking since morning, they said it didn't appear so.
With a significant part of her body on show, the woman stood on a buzzing square, the men offered her to go to another place to have more beer !
She replied that she never took alcohol. The man then, out of mean politeness, suggested her to go sit with him in a stairwell, or else, according to him, she might fall !
He then locked arms with her, and said, "Come on, give me your hand", after which she managed to break his hold. Some of them got intimate with her, offering her to drink even more.
To her reply that she didn't know of her whereabouts, he told that he had an iPhone charger at his hotel !
Despite her wobbly feet, the man recommended more drinking to her. "Even more beer? Do you think I can drink more?", she asked. To this the man said yes, and promised her to give her a company.
When a man spotted the woman alone, he called her 'beautiful', and led to a hushed alleyway.
When her colleague came in the way to break the couple, the man claimed that he knew her, and insisted on being with her.
'Hey, why do you take her?,' he asked. 'You don't take her!,' he mumbled as he struggled to keep hold of the woman. Her colleague finally freed the woman from the man's grip and lead her to safety. 'Don't let anyone touch you', he said in the microphone.
Near the end of the video, the director said, "Most of you are probably surprised and some of you also disgusted and maybe you are thinking that we have avoided some scenes favouring the most "juicy" parts, but I am afraid to deceive you.
"It really was the opposite. Those situations full of rudeness and physical abuse were taken away because there is no need to show it in such depth. The most disappointing fact is that we had no need to edit the video. Why? Because nobody got close to helping this drunken woman."
According to Dr. Sarah Jarvis, medical advisor to alcohol education charity Drinkaware, it is never a woman's fault if she is attacked or assaulted when she's under the influence of alcohol. Fair enough, isn't it?