“Harassers” Are Sliding Into DMs To Beg Women Not To Expose Them Kyunke Sab Ki Phat Rahi Hai

By Biya Haq | 12 Apr, 2018

In the aftermath of the CEO of Patari, Khalid Bajwa being forced to resign from his position due to sexual harassment cases, the last two days have been a bit of a whirlwind.

Source: MangoBaaz

And when we say whirlwind, we mean absolutely insane.


Just when we thought things couldn’t get any wilder, Twitter decided to take things to the next level.

Like, NEXT level.

Individuals who had been sending ‘images’ or inappropriate messages to other people are now afraid of being exposed and begging their recipients to delete the proof, quite shamelessly.

It escalated,

Annnnnnnd escalated,



Women all over the Internet have NO mercy and harassers are feeling the full throttle of it and honestly, it’s pretty entertaining to watch,


Ajeeb log FOR SURE.



To all the potential harassers out there, this is an official warning.

Tharak is tharak, but you better think twice about sending that risky text that borders on making the other person uncomfortable or that inappropriate picture. There is no such thing as silence anymore and people have no reason to stay hush.

Source: Giphy

What do you think about the situation? Are you getting any messages? Sending any? Let us know in the comments below! Love you.


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