A radical Russian feminist is going viral for splashing a mixture of water and bleach on men's crotches on the St. Petersburg Metro to combat "manspreading."
The patriarchal sin happens when men take a seat on public transportation. Due to biological differences between males and females, men typically sit with their legs ajar to aid immediate comfort and prevent the squishing of sex organs.
The video shows 20-year-old Russian law student Anna Dovgalyuk pour the mixture — which she claims is 30 times more potent than household bleach cleaner — on the crotches of unsuspecting men.
Dovgalyuk takes umbrage with the fact that this "disgusting act that is being fought around the world — but hushed up here."
"Men demonstrating their alpha-manhood in the subway with women and children around deserve contempt," Dovgalyuk says in the video. "If you publicly show what kind of macho you are, we will publicly cool you off!"
Most of Dovgalyuk's victims are too stunned to react while others rush to confront her. In total, she targets more than 70 men, which her videos refers to as mere "species."
At the end of the video, Dovgalyuk vows to target Moscow next.
What repercussions is she facing?
Popular Russian news outlet Rosbalt claimed the video is fake, according to the Sun. However, Dovgalyuk contends that it is "absolutely real." Meanwhile, she said she has not faced repercussions, including lawsuits, for her stunt.
"I don't think people are going to go to the police to file a report about jeans," she said, the Sun reported.
If Dovgalyuk looks familiar, that's because you probably recognize her for the viral feminist stunt she pulled last year.
In an effort to combat "upskirting," or when perverted men take pictures up women's skirts, Dovgalyuk stood in various public places and lifted a dress to reveal her underwear so men can "look at what we have under our skirt and don’t come near us anymore!"