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The panicked video of a woman in San Francisco, California, went viral after she claimed that a man spit in her face and threatened to rape her in full view of other bystanders.
Hanna Ayla posted the video to her TikTok account after the alleged incident, but it quickly went viral on other social media platforms.
"I'm literally shaking right now," Ayla said while showing her shaking hands.
"I was just getting groceries and I live in San Francisco, and I never really feel fully safe. If you live in San Francisco, I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. And I just got groceries, I'm walking out of the store, and this guy is walking past me and says, 'Move you stupid b****,' and he spits in my face!" she said.
"Spits all over my face," she repeats.
"And I say, 'Excuse me, did you just spit in my face?' And he says, 'Move or I'll rape you.' There's also people everywhere and everyone's just walking by because they're like, I can't handle something else in San Francisco, it's always something else!" Ayla continued.
"I don't even know why I'm posting this," she concluded. "If you live in San Francisco, do you feel this way all the time? I don't feel safe. Ever. I literally never feel safe. It's better when it's daytime, but nighttime? No. Not leaving my house."
Here's one of the videos shared on social media:
That version of the video garnered over 1.2 million views.
Many responded by pointing out that Ayla had previously posted about voting for liberal Democrats. After reacting to some critical comments, she deactivated her Twitter account and made her TikTok account private.
Ayla works as a designer and foster youth advocate.
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Carlos Garcia is a staff writer for Blaze News.