An Australian video that has gone viral has put a spotlight on the way men are interacting with women online.
The clip shows a man wearing a white mask and holding a large condom, holding a condom in each hand.
He’s holding it for the camera to take a shot of him, then releasing it.
The man smiles broadly as he approaches a woman.
Then he stops, turns to look at her and says “Hey!”
The woman turns to the man and asks “What’s up?”.
The man replies “Just getting out of here.”
The clip has been viewed more than 6 million times and shared more than 30,000 times, and is part of a trend of men having sex while they’re on their lunch breaks.
But it isn’t just men having unprotected sex in public spaces.
A man has been caught in a video, in which a woman was filmed holding a man’s hand while he was in a taxi.
“The taxi driver came over and he said ‘Hello, I’m your taxi driver.
I’m just passing you the condom and you’re supposed to hand it over’,” the man in the video said.
“I said ‘No, I don’t want to, but I’ll take it.'”
The man in question has since been identified as Daniel, who works as a taxi driver for an Australian company called Eureka Taxi.
He says the video was taken on his own.
“This is a man that has a car that’s been stolen and he was walking around with a condom on his head,” he said.
“I don’t know how he’s doing that.
He just sits there with the condom on.
He says ‘I’m just going to grab my taxi, it’s my day off, and I’m going to take it home.'”
Daniel says he’s had a few complaints about his behaviour but that he’s received support from his manager.
“They said ‘You’re not supposed to do this, and if you get caught doing it again you’ll be kicked out,'” he said, “and that’s what I’m telling them.”
A spokeswoman for Eurekas company said Daniel had been sacked and that the company had been in touch with the man’s manager to resolve the issue.
“Mr Daniel was terminated from his job for unacceptable conduct, as he breached our code of conduct and breached the terms of employment,” Eureakas spokesperson Rachel Lea said in a statement.
“We take all incidents of this nature very seriously, and we have been in contact with Daniel to resolve this issue.”
A video of a man holding a female colleague’s hand has been shared more that 30,900 times.
(ABC News: Matthew Johnson)’You should just move’The videos of men holding hands in public are being shared on social media, particularly by younger people who are trying to find their place in the world.
“It’s funny, a lot of guys have been like ‘I should just be the first one to touch a woman’s hand and then move in silence’,” said Matt Hulme.
“So a lot more guys are doing it than people think.”‘
You could tell he was enjoying it’One woman said she was touched by the behaviour of her colleague.
“When he was touching my hand, I was like ‘Wow, I am touched by you’,” she said.
Another woman said her friend’s behaviour was “awesome”.
“She just started kissing me and it was so cool,” she said, adding that she was “so excited” when the men got in touch.
“You could really tell he wasn’t enjoying it,” the woman said.