Karen strikes again: woman calls young girls ‘pr**titutes’ for taking bikini photos at the beach, caught on video

A group of women were relaxing at the beach when a random woman complained because she believed they acted inappropriately.

The woman even went as far as telling them they looked like ‘prostitutes’ in their bikinis.

Footage of the strange encounter posted by Allie Wright has since gone viral.

The video starts with the woman mid-sentence, so she can first be heard saying “like, prostitute stuff.”

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Reply to @kiffthecoyote The worst part is we thought she was coming up to tell us we looked cute or something😂definitely took us by surprise

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The ill-spirited woman continued harassing them by saying:

“You know what? You’re going to put this on the internet or some sh*t, and someone is going to be stalking you.”

In response, Allie and one of her friends said:

“We look like prostitutes for wearing swimsuits?
Everyone is wearing swimsuits on the beach.”

Apparently, the strange woman thought they were behaving indecently.

“You’re doing these little sexy things. You weren’t standing there.
This is a family beach.”

The stranger then asked the women where they were from, to which they replied:

“That’s none of your business.”

She then walked away.

Many people supported the young women.

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There were also some people who had other opinions…

And that is when Allie decided to post another video.

She showed the picture they took, in which two of them can be seen standing next to each other, feet in the water.

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Reply to @lizasmumm #greenscreen

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