A woman was at the centre of attention at Computer Village, Ikeja. Her physical appearance, striking because of a prominent bust, even earned her followers!
The woman of medium height was dressed in a yellow gown which was, to be honest, very decent and would have most likely gone unnoticed on several other women.
However, as a result of her heavy upper body, the innocent woman became a sight at the market place, as almost everyone left what they were doing to openly gawk at her.
The situation soon worsened to the point where each of her steps were greeted with howls, whistles and catcalls. A group of men began to trail her, drawing more attention to her, and before long a throng of people, of course mostly men, had formed behind her, leering, whistling and cat-calling with abandon.
Credit to the woman, though, as she handled the occurrence with grace, taking all their suggestive remarks and comments in stride. She was even pictured smiling with some of the men following her.
While it is easily deducible, from the way she handled herself in that scenario, that the woman had been in such situation before, it is also easy, from normal human behaviour that we all know, to guess that she must nevertheless have had a feeling of resentment at the way her privacy was blatantly infringed upon, and her schedule, apparently disrupted.
It is something many of us are used to, we see it every time, we hear about it every time. However, our temperaments and patience levels differ from one another.
So here's a quick question. Guys, what would you do if your girlfriend or close relative was treated like that?
And women, would you have handled the same situation coolly as this woman did, or would you have flared up in anger?
Let's hear what your thoughts are, in the comment box below.