A sexist troll bit off more than he could chew on Facebook recently after he was brilliantly put down by actress Vishakha Singh for a remark on her breasts.
The actress, who has appeared in several south Indian films, put up a photo of herself wearing a T-shirt with a message that said 'everybody is somebody's foreigner' on her official Facebook page.
While the photo encouraged some positive responses, it drew in some creepy comments too, mainly because the quote was printed in the chest area of the T-shirt.
When a man wrote "thought is worth but position generally regard us tharki...miss.", the actress decided she's had enough. She wrote back to the man who made the remark.
"Well, Vikas Singh. You look educated. Where do you think a quote on a T-shirt should be? Shoulders? Arms? Stop making such juvenile comments. If you derive childish pleasure out of the fact that it's on the chest area, then God help women and women safety issues (sic)," said Singh.
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But irritated by all the negative attention her photograph was gathering, Singh later deleted the post from her Facebook page. "Deleted the post that went viral. Not afraid of anyone but simply tired of unwanted negativity. A big thanks to all those who supported," she said.
Singh was last seen in the Tamil film 'Oru Oorla Rendu Raja' and was also seen in the Hindi film Fukrey (2013).
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