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Cruel man pledges to ‘catch a whale’ and fat shame women in supermarkets

This year, social media has boosted positive and set a strong mood for the difficult months many of us have faced.

But the online world is also home to negativity, trolls and shameful revelations.

One example is a vile man who sparked fury after uploading an offencive video on TikTok announcing plans to publicly shaming women he considers obese.

TikTok user Paidincash posted a video pledging his plans and received a lot of backlash, reports the Mirror Online.

He compared the women to whales and made a reference to the US TV show To Catch A Predator which lures sexual predators who scour the internet trying to meet vulnerable children.

In the video, he said: “So starting from tomorrow, I'm going to be starting a new section of this page

"It's going to be called ‘To Catch a Whale.’

“You might be familiar with the show 'To Catch a Predator' where they basically catch creepy pedos who try to sleep with children.

“We’re not going to be doing that but To Catch a Whale is going to be a spin off.

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"It’s going to be basically me going into grocery stores and shopping centres, things like that and I’m going to be recording the most overweight, obese, nasty looking women that I possibly can.

“And hopefully we can find a Moby Dick, I’m sure it won’t be hard, I know where to find them.”

"That's at Walmart, I personally hate Walmart and go to Target but all the freaks and weirdos and nasty people go to Walmart."

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The cruel video has received criticism since it was uploaded to TikTok.

One person commented: “So…you’re basically going to intentionally dehumanize a human to make yourself feel valid," while one viewer dubbed the video "vile."

Another replied: "You're talking the way a middle schooler would talk.

"What is going on in your head?"

A third person added: "Literally what is the point. I hope you get help, this is just so unbelievably negative and harmful."

A fourth agreed, commenting: "Don't you get tired being so angry all the time? I don't get why you care so much about what other people look like."

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