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Man Kicks His Friend Out Of The Car After He Catcalls Women: 'He Thought I Was Joking'

Many women have experienced being catcalled at least once in their life. Some women experience it on multiple occasions and have to deal with the trauma of even being followed, harassed, or bothered by random men on the street.

While it's inappropriate and crude, not all men realize how messed up it is to approach women in such a rude and derogatory way.

While some men feel it's okay to catcall women, others disagree.

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There are some men in society who feel it is okay to whistle at women from cars and make comments about their bodies.

However, there are also men who are allies to women and feel it is wrong and rude to make these types of comments and remarks altogether.

Recently, one guy asked Reddit for advice after he had an altercation with a friend of his.

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The Reddit user wrote into the popular "Am I The A**hole" thread, seeing advice on whether or not he was wrong for the way he reacted in a situation involving his friend in his own car after women were walking by as they drove.

The Reddit user, who was the driver, shared what happened in his car.

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"Earlier today, I was driving my friends back home after we worked out. We passed these two girls walking and one of my friends rolls down his window and says 'I like how those t****** jiggle, how about you give the boys a flash,'" he wrote.

The driver was not happy with his friend in the slightest.

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"I instantly got angry when he said that. I pulled around the corner and told him to get out. He thought I was joking but I wasn't and he started arguing," he continued to write on the post.

His friends in the car, apparently, agreed with the catcaller.

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According to his post, the guy who catcalled the girls said it was "just a joke" and he was joking around.

The driver also said that their other friends in the car agreed with the catcaller, that it was "joking around."

His friend also didn't want to get out of the car.

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"At first he said he wasn't getting out but then I said I was gunna snatch him out if he didn't. He finally did with no type of physical encouragement. He lived the furthest but I made him walk the rest of the way," he said.

His friends think that he took things too far.

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The Reddit user shared that his friends think it's "stupid" that he made the guy walk all the way home.

And, he called to make sure they were okay, and asked his friend to "never say anything like that again," but, his friend was still annoyed he had to walk.

The Reddit user asked if he was "wrong" for what he chose to do.

Most people on Reddit agreed that this guy did the right thing.

"I love your courage! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you, for protecting those young ladies. This was a hard lesson your friend needed to learn and I hope he becomes a better man for it. We need more people like you in this world," one person wrote.

Others asked the Reddit user to "never stop" being this way.

"Oh my God. Please don't ever stop being this considerate. You made sure your friend got home okay while also enforcing respect for women. I used to have to walk home from work in California and I can't tell you how often men propositioned me from their car windows," one person said.

What do you think?