"I'm going to introduce everyone to this needy dude and make him famous."
Sonali Mushahary takes the matter into her own hands, when a stranger sends her an explicit photo on Facebook.
The editor of ScoopWhoop.com receives a photo of a penis belonging to a man named Sachin Jain.
After the initial shock, Sonali pens an article about her encounter and publishes the photo.
She writes: “Obviously, this poor guy feels lonely and craves for human attention.
“He wants friends who will love and support him through the ups and downs of life.
“So, I’ve decided I’m going to introduce everyone to this needy dude and make him famous, so that he can make friends and get a life.”
Typing with a vengeance and sense of justice, Sonali goes on: “He works as a Store Manager at Nauti Nati.
“If in case you’d like to add a more personal touch, you can dial 0124-4222548 to call the store helpline or locate the store nearest to you and meet him.”
Many feel strongly about this and how easy it is to get away with online sexual abuse.
Anwesha Aashi says: “Sonali took up the courage to post it, there by heartening uncountable multitudes of women around the world…who are facing with cyber sexual harassment every day, every minute, everywhere.”
But others criticise Sonali for publicly shaming these ‘not uncommon’ acts.
Even more attack her for exposing Sachin’s identity – even though it is readily available for public view on Facebook.
Sukhminder Kaur says: “I agree what he did was gross and sickening but posting that woman’s pic publicly who could be his wife is not justified.
“Publishing his job profile might make him loose his job and his family could suffer.”
The line between public and private will only continue to blur in the cyber world if stricter regulation and proper values are not reinforced.