Jennifer Box is the pretty young woman who pretended to be drunk as guys try to take advantage of her in that now infamous video. The guys on the street all said they were duped into taking part and they were furious at being portrayed as creeps. I wouldn't have agreed to it if I knew they were going to make me look like a sexual predator. Now, Box is coming forward to say, she was tricked, too.
YouTube video of men trying to take 'drunk girl' home with them receives nearly 3 million views
Drunk Girl Coming Out of the Bar Completely Wasted and Falls Over - video Dailymotion
A video showing men trying to take advantage of an apparently drunk young woman has shocked social media users. Created by social media entrepreneur Stephen Zhang, the video shows an actress pretending to be drunk and stumbling along Hollywood Boulevard as she tries to make her way to a bus stop. The actress, who introduces herself as Jennifer, approaches five different men during the clip, asking them where the nearest bus stop is. Only one of the men offers her assistance, while the others attempt to take her back to their homes. We're going to go somewhere else
Drunk Girl Coming Out of the Bar Completely Wasted and Falls Over
A video posted on YouTube that appears to show a woman incapacitated by drink being picked up by a handful of men has been viewed nearly three million times. In the video, following on from the shocking success of footage showing a woman being repeatedly catcalled in New York , the young woman is seen swaying and confusing her words along Hollywood Boulevard. Drinking what she claims is a beer out of a paper bag, she appears to be approached by five different men — four of whom attempt to take her home, despite her repeatedly asking for directions to the nearest bus stop. Only one man appears to actually help her, guiding her down some stairs and not attempting to take her home.
The new video, titled "Drunk Girl in Public Social Experiment ," has gained more than 3 million views, the majority in just the past 24 hours. In the four-minute video, an actress pretends to be drunk in public to see whether men will help her get on a bus to get home. None of the five men shown on the video help her get home, but instead try to steer the seemingly drunk woman to their homes before she cheerily "sobers up" and walks off. Almost immediately the commenters on the YouTube site started to question if the footage was real or if the men were actors. YouTube users, as well as Huffington Post UK, point out that the men's faces are not blurred, leading many to believe the men are actors or aware of the camera.