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Man trolls women for wearing mini-skirts and Twitterati roast him in EPIC style

A Twitter user took a jibe at six women for wearing "micro-minis" accused them of being not being sanskari enough. He went on further claiming the women thanked him for making them understand it was just a "fad". Twitterati had a blast giving him a taste of his own medicine, asking him to mind his own business.

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The man was trolled online after he tried to preach women how to be sanskari, doing pooja and eating prasad! (Representational photo/ Getty Images)

Not just body-shaming, slut-shaming women have become an obnoxious trend on social media with people judging a woman for her choice of clothing. And taking this shaming culture to a new level, a Twitter user mocked six women at a posh restaurant for wearing “micro-minis” and accused them of being not being sanskari enough. He even went on to preach how in “Kali Yuga”, people are drifting away from traditional Indian culture and “are trying to attract others by exposing their bodies and not their qualities.” The thread quickly garnered attention for all the wrong reasons and Twitterati decided to teach him a lesson.

According to sanskari Twitter user @Mahesh10816, he scribbled his thoughts on a board at a “posh Mumbai restaurant” after seeing the women in micro-mini skirts.  He not only shared what he wrote on the board but also said that the women had confronted him. He, however, claimed that they “thanked him and felt bad” at the end of the argument.

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Although he deleted the tweets, there are several screenshots of his account available. Here’s what he wrote.

Twitterati slammed him and called him out for his rant, and roasted him in his style by sharing their “experiences” at a posh restaurant. Sample these.

However, it seems the user hasn’t learnt his lesson, he again posted on his wall saying “the discussion was just spiritual”. He shared his version of the “argument” but Tweeple are still not buying it.

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