Woman walks through Mumbai for 10 hours in vest top and mini-skirt and receives NO sexual harassment... in stark contrast to similar video shot in New York
Indians are polite and non-aggressive people (except when dealing with Muslims), something one could not say of the NYC blacks and Hispanics encountered by Shoshana B Roberts
After seeing the popular 10 Hours of Walking In New York City video, the team at India’s IndieTube decided to make a Mumbai version of the popular video.
And surprisingly, the Pooja Singh - dressed in a vest top and short skirt - was not catcalled or harassed once.
As the woman walks through the second most populated city in the world’s most populated country, several men stare - but nobody catcalls or says anything derogatory.
‘Not even a single incident of woman street harassment took place in a city that has diversified culture, demographics and economy,’ a title card at the end of the video reads.
‘The female citizens are safe, respected and treated unbiased in this city which never sleeps.’
This comes in contrast to actress Shoshana B Roberts - who was the subject of the original video set in New York.
Ms Roberts was told to smile, advised to thank the men for their lewd comments and threatened with rape.
The difference is stark: in the original New York version, there were more than 100 examples of harassment over the 10 hours Ms Roberts was walking the streets of New York, not including whistles and winks.
In India, subject Pooja Singh received none
Posted by John J. Ray (M.A.; Ph.D.).