The Iconic Dick Pic Response

The Iconic Dick Pic Response

Evie Plumb ·

Creepy men who send unsolicited dick pics shouldn’t get away with it Scott Free!

This amazing woman came up with the ultimate response, so you can watch them beg for help and maybe just maybe reconsider doing it to some other poor person!

 

 

Simply copy below and edit depending on the app! (I store mine in my notes)

This is an automated message generated by the Instagram team. Your image has been found to be a violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1283 (2020). An image you sent has been scanned by our AI Bot and was flagged as an unsolicited picture. Your account is scheduled to be reported to the police.

Our bot is currently in BETA testing; sometimes it makes mistakes. If you believe this message was in error, reply ‘HELP’ Otherwise, you will be contacted by your local authorities within 24hrs.

The Law On Unsolicited Dick Pics

it was announced by the Home Office last year that they are taking preliminary steps towards criminalizing “online flashing.” In its “Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG)” report, the Home Office proposed 10 commitments it believes will help protect women and girls in the UK — and it’s backed with more than £100 million in funding over the next five years.

By law, it’s considered “indecent exposure” to flash your naked body on the street — and it shouldn’t be any different online. In the UK, 41% of women aged 18 to 36 have reportedly received non-consensual sexual images.

Earlier this year, “upskirting,” or taking sexually intrusive photos under people’s clothing without their consent, became a criminal offence in the UK thanks to Gina Martin. Now, perpetrators will now face up to two years in prison and placed on the Sex Offenders Register.

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