A religious fan has ignited fury by parading down a Florida beach with a sign demanding that women “dress modest”.
TikTok user @.katie.simmons was minding her own business at Jacksonville Beach in the US when a middle-aged religious fanatic blocked her view.
She captured the entire incident on camera, and since sharing it to TikTok on Monday, it has gone viral with more than 680,000 views.
Standing in front of her, the man held up his aggressive handwritten sign.
It read: “God says Christian women dress modest.
“1 Timothy 2:19.
“Repent. Turn to Jesus.”
But Katie was having none of it, and soon unleashed on the man.
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“Sir, it’s a beach,” Katie can be heard saying in the clip.
“Are we supposed to dress modest at a beach?”
She then laughs at his ridiculousness.
“God doesn’t want women —” the man begins before Katie interrupts.
“What if God’s fake?” she quips back.
TikTok users accused the many of being a creepy and using the sign as a way to look at women.
“He’s just out there as an excuse to stare at women without them feeling uncomfy,” said one person.
“God says Christian Men Don’t Look at Women Lustfully (Matthew 18:9. And if your eye causes you to sin, gouge it out and throw it away,” pointed out another person on the social media platform.
“What if you flashed him?” joked a third.
It’s not the first time men have seen fit to criticise women wearing bikinis on beaches.
Earlier this year, an Aussie woman from Newcastle along the northern coast of NSW was slammed online for wearing a string bikini.
Jordan Hartley, 26, shared a video of herself having a post-swim shower at the beach wearing a string two-piece.
The Newcastle woman quickly drew criticism for her outfit, with some claiming it was “hardly worth wearing”.
But Jordan responded to the online trolls, saying no one has a right to comment on women’s bodies.