Man says ‘very sorry’ after finding video of him spraying water on woman not at home

Horse viral TikTok

The video has over 16 million views on Twitter.Screenshot/TikTok – briochesf

  • A video has gone viral showing a man having sex with an absent woman on the streets of San Francisco.

  • The man was identified as Collier Gwynn, a local art gallery owner.

  • Gwin received widespread backlash online.

A viral video showing an art gallery owner spraying a hose on an uninhabited woman has gone viral on the internet.

San Francisco man identified in 14-second video many outlet Collier Gwynn is seen spraying a large amount of water on a woman sitting in the street. rice field.

The clip was originally posted on TikTok by @briochesf, the account of San Francisco eatery Brioche Bakery & Cafe, but it appears the video is no longer on the page.Reposted earlier this week twitter When redditwhich went extremely viral, garnering over 16 million views and over 40,000 upvotes respectively.

When faced with Tuesday, Gwynne said SFGATE He didn’t give it a second thought and felt it was justified. “In that situation, the streets were washing up and she refused to move. She started screaming profanity and became very belligerent,” Gwynn told the outlet. .

On Wednesday, however, he seemed to change his mind.Gwynn told CBS affiliate KPIX-5 He said he was “extremely sorry” and “didn’t mean to defend” this time.

Barbarossa Lounge, the cocktail bar seen in the infamous footage, make a statement condemned Gwynn’s actions on Tuesday. The company said it had nothing to do with the inhumane acts depicted in the video.

“We are very disappointed with this individual’s actions and will never support such actions.”

Gwin provoked widespread backlash.many online are even call for his arrest.

“I absolutely hate this,” tweeted Dean Preston, supervisor of San Francisco’s 5th district. San Francisco Bay Area Civil Rights Lawyers Board and his ACLU in Northern California told SFGATE They believe Gwynn’s actions constitute assault.

San Francisco police told the outlet after the incident that both Gwynn and the woman on the street “refused to take further police action,” but said the SFPD was still investigating the matter. It did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.

In recent days, Internet users have flooded the Google and Yelp profiles of Gwin’s gallery, Foster Gwin Gallery, with harsh one-star reviews. His business website is currently down for “scheduled maintenance”.

Both Garcia and TikTok user @briochesf responded to Insider’s request for comment.

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