“Yeah, I would have confronted them and made them delete it. Idc what excuse they have. No excuse is acceptable. Disrespect,” another added.
A third wrote: “I’m sorry girl! I’d be so angry!”
On the other hand, others said that this is something tourists do without trying to be malicious.
“My mother-in-law tells this story of when my husband was a baby in HI, Japanese tourists pulled her mother’s arms on the beach to take a picture with,” another added.
Someone else who also addressed cultural differences wrote: “They weren’t hurting her. Maybe it’s weird to some cultures, but I think it’s sweet that you let them take pictures. She’s beautiful, and they probably just wanted to share that with their family and friends!”
The original uploader wrote: “PSA to keyboard warriors: We were close, they were Japanese, they didn’t touch - it was funny and weird. We live in HI. You don’t know anything."
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