Sara Malm, Daily Mail, January 18, 2016
This is the moment a young woman documents street harassment in Sweden, with at least two men asking her for sex after another allegedly groped her.
The video has emerged on social media this week, and is believed to have been filmed in Södermanland County, west of Stockholm.
The young woman appears to have been groped by one of the men’s friend as she is walking in the street, and has begun filming as she confronts the men.
However, instead of an apology for their friend’s behaviour, one of the men asks her for sexual favours, appearing to take her for a prostitute.
The shaky video is likely to have been filmed in recent months as there is snow on the ground where the woman confronts the men.
It starts with a man asking the woman who is filming if he can have sex with her, and while he cannot be seen properly in the video, he is speaking Swedish with a slight accent.
After she responds in disbelief, he repeats his question, asking her again if he can ‘make’ sex with her.
She asks the men if they think it’s ok for their friend to grope her, but at least one follows her and repeats his requisition if he can ‘make’ sex with her.
The young woman is outraged, and tells the men to leave her alone, and starts walking away from them.
He then asks her why not, and tells her he is willing to pay her, to which she replies: ‘Do you think I’m a whore?’
The man only repeats his offer to pay her for sex, at which point the video cuts out.
Although his background has not been verified, the man in the video keeps using the word ‘make’ instead of ‘have’ when asking the woman for sex, indicating that he is not a native Swedish speaker.