We need to look at this from her point of view as well as his.
I can well imagine she felt intimidated.
Threatened...I don't know...
Intimidated for sure.
Here is a complete stranger speaking to her. Do we have to make this racial?
Things escalated rapidly but at first she may have felt a little concerned this man is approaching her and...well...invading her space without permission.
Just because he had ever right to make a request to leash her dog, doesn't mean she didn't feel a little intimidated and well...afraid?
It escalated to something racial but that's not what I saw at first.
Very unfortunate how it played out.
This TicToc society of voyeurs is getting weird.
It's creepy how people are posting their lives for strangers to see.
Are we just that desperate for attention and approval?