The man’s version: Parody of woman getting cat calls in NYC video

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Who knew ‘walking in New York City’ could be so popular?

A video of Shoshana B. Roberts, a 24-year-old actress, walking in New York City over a period of 10 hours has taken the nation by storm, and prompted a well-deserved parody from a man’s point of view.

The video captured more than 100 instances of catcalls and other verbal street harassment that Roberts endured, which the producer said didn’t include “the countless winks, whistles, etc.”

While the video was a serious effort to highlight how women are treated, Funny Or Die News did a follow video of happens to a white man walking the streets of New York City. Needless to say the contrast is striking, if not hilarious.

Of course, there’s little truth to it, white privilege notwithstanding.

The original video was all the talk on social media, and it didn’t take long for politics to be added tot he mix. Funny, but there seemed to be a consistent theme. See if you can pick up on it in these responses, as seen on Twitter:

In a series of tweets, comedian Steven Crowder noted that his wife had her own take on events and it had nothing to do with politics.

And just in case you are not among the almost 24 million who’ve already seen the video that started all the chatter, here it is again:

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