And it's indicative of a larger issue
Ask any woman and she will rattle off a few stories about how a man approached her trying to be nice but then revealed his true creepiness very quickly. It usually ends with the woman being so frightened that she tries to make a getaway and the man getting angry at her fear claiming that she misconstrued his behavior towards her. The guy in this particular situation would typically say that the incident was all her fault. In reality, we know that it was entirely his.
One woman decided to share her story about an indirect meeting with one such person, and it’s obvious that it’s just one of numerous stories about how men feel entitled when it comes to women.
A Night Out
Hayley Minn is your average 25-year-old woman who had a few too many drinks while out with her friends and ended up misplacing her purse. Luckily, a “good” samaritan decided to pick it up, rifle through it, and return it to Haley in the mail. While she was happy to see her belongings returned, she wasn’t very appreciative about the letter he wrote to her.
A Nice Gesture
Six weeks later (which seems like a really long time), Haley got her purse returned to her in the mail. She was elated to have it, but it came along with a little surprise. Well, a long note.
This note sent chills down her spine, and she decided to post the love note to her social media.
Dear Miss Hayley
Hayley posted a photo of the horribly misspelled letter which read, “How are you? Hoping you will be fine and well.
“I would like to inform you that I found your precious purse (looks like it [smiley face]) by Liverpool street station.
“Might you dropped it and looking for it.”
But wait, it definitely gets worse…