A man in Australia has taken a shocking and disturbing photo of himself wearing only his underwear and then posting it on Facebook.
The photo has gone viral, and has been shared over 2.5 million times.
The man, who is identified only as Peter, posted the picture on Facebook last month.
He said he was taking his dog for a walk and had just finished her feeding.
“She was getting ready for a meal and I noticed the dog was getting pretty relaxed and it looked like she was getting a lot of exercise,” Mr Peter told ABC News.
“I asked her if she wanted me to take a photo with her and I did and it turned out to be quite a big one.”
Mr Peter said he had a lot to answer for and had been warned by the dog’s owner not to take the photo.
“They were really good about not doing it.
They weren’t like, ‘Oh, she’s a bit embarrassed about it, but it’s okay’,” he said.”
The dog was really upset that I was doing it and it was a bit annoying.”
Mr Peters said he wanted to share the photo to show how easy it was to take pictures of yourself naked.
“It’s a lot easier to take those pictures than a woman,” he said, adding that he did it because he was in a bad mood and wanted to “do something for the dog”.
“I’m not sure if I’m going to do this again, I’m not really in the mood for it,” he added.
“And so I guess I just did it out of frustration.”
Mr Parker said he believed the photo was a sign of disrespect.
“To the dog, I think it was probably, ‘It’s OK, he doesn’t like it’,” he told ABC Radio Perth.
“He’s not going to be bothered about it.”‘
It’s like a public shaming’The woman who posted the photo told The Perth Advertiser the man was a “good man” and “a good dog”.
She said she had been taking the dog for several months and the photo showed that he was a good pet and was not bothered by the photo being taken.
“We’re all a bit upset about it but we’ve all got to do what’s best for our dogs and the dog is very healthy, very well behaved and she’s been there for years,” she said.
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