An Australian man provoked outrage on social media after he uploaded screenshots of himself having sex with a woman to a private men's group on Facebook.
"What's the biggest whale you have harpooned?" the man wrote above the images, according to the Daily Mail. "I went through a tubby phase and landed this [286 pound] beast."
The screenshots were shared with a men-only Facebook group, which includes more than 14,000 people.
But thousands more found out about it when one of the group's members, a man named Hayden Brien, uploaded a censored version of one of the images to his personal Facebook page.
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"A guy posted screenshots from a video of him having sex with someone on Facebook (yeah I'm 'doggin the boys' whoops) & you'd assume it wasn't taken let alone POSTED with her consent," Brien wrote on May 29. "It currently has over 230 likes, and 103 comments -- NOT ONE SINGLE COMMENT defending the girl who's now been left exposed in a group of 14,524 men without her consent."
One of the comments from the group reads: "This man has been to war and earned his stripes."
"That is bordering on bestiality!" someone else remarked.
"Looks like ya tryin to choke that whale into submission there bloke! Keen," another wrote.
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"I bite my tongue over the daily misogynistic, racist, homophobic & generally uneducated posts in the group because hey, this is a safe space for the working class Aussie males, right?" Brien continued. "This however crosses the line in a very very big way, and needs to be stopped immediately. Men's groups can be a great help to plenty of people going through tough times, but 'banter' is no excuse for this sort of behavior."
He went on to write that he notified Facebook of the post but was informed that it did not violate the company's rules.
"According to [Facebook], the post 'doesn't go against any of our specific Community Standards' AND IT REMAINS IN THE GROUP FOR EVERYONE TO SEE," he wrote. "If you wanna share this and make Facebook take notice that'd be great cause I'm sick of every bloke on planet earth thinking we're some kind of master race and treating women as second rate human beings."
Brien's post has been shared over 950 times and has received over 200 comments, with most people commending him for speaking out against the group.
"Thank you for being the man you are Hayden," one person wrote.
Another commented: "You Hayden Brien are a true gentleman. Respect!"