AN ANGRY beachgoer has slammed a group of nine women for wearing bikinis he dubbed “pornographic”.

Footage of the irate dad was shared on TikTok by the shocked group of female friends and has racked up over a million views. 

In the video, which was secretly filmed by user Mia, who posts under @ggarbagefairy, the man, later identified as Logan Dorn, approaches the women and says: “Why do you dress this way?

“That’s a thong and that’s a bra, take young guys into consideration, they don’t need to see pornography right in front of their eyes.”

Laughing, one woman can be heard replying: “We are not coming up to you bothering you. 

“Please leave us alone, kindly. 

“I’m at the beach in my bathing suit.”



Logan, who was visiting the Colorado-based reservoir beach with his family, continues: “You are flaunting your stuff.”

The woman replies: “I’m not flaunting anything, don’t look at me. Close your eyes.”

Undeterred, he carries on saying: “You look around and you are the only thing sticking out”, to which a woman hits back: “so why are you looking at me?”

Logan then tells the women that in America is “freedom of speech” and if “men of God don’t stand up then society will go down the drain as there is no morality.”

When the women reply that they are atheist, he says that not believing in God doesn’t mean they should “show their bodies off” and they should put “clothes on”.

He adds: “I am speaking truth. Your body will never satisfy, the physical never satisfies. 

“There is a longing in each of your hearts to be seen. The reason you are showing your body is to say ‘am I pretty enough?’”

One woman hit back saying: “We are definitely pretty enough”, while another told him strongly to “f*** off”.

Logan’s outrage went on so long that the TikTok user was forced to continue in a second video.

That’s a thong and that’s a bra, take young guys into consideration, they don’t need to see pornography right in front of their eyes.

When they jokingly asked him what he would prefer they wear on the beach, he replied “a one-piece.”

And a bystanding woman in a polka dot bikini even weighed in supporting Logan, saying: “I am not judging you, but it does matter what you guys wear, because you need to value yourself.”

Mia posted a third video after tracking down Logan and tagging him on TikTok, explaining some background behind the two shocking clips.

She explained how they were all 18, but added: “We could have been minors, he did not ask for our ages and he did not care.

“He came up to us unprovoked.”

They also revealed the ‘offending’ swimsuits in a photo, which looked like normal high street styles.

Mia explained: “None of them were thong bikinis, and even if they were it would not have mattered. 

“There were alot of other people wearing the same stuff, it was a public beach. 

“We were the only ones that were just a female group. That is why he approached us, the fragile masculinity.”

Logan, who posts under @loganvandorn, clearly saw the footage online as he offered his own video in response. 

In a clip called “My side of the story going viral about me”, he seemed unremorseful for his unsolicited comments to the women. 

He said: “I just wanted to share my side of the story about a video that is going viral about me that’s saying I’m harassing women, or berating them or things of that nature.

To clear everything up, I’m not going to apologise, I’m going to continue to stand on the truth and the word of God.

“I had just come off the water paddle boarding and somebody in my family said ‘hey we’ve got to move, there’s some college-aged women here that are showing too much and I don’t want my son or daughter to see these things.’

“Right then and there I felt a righteous anger come over me and also just a boldness by the Holy Spirit to go and confront these ladies and to speak truth that ‘what you are wearing is not ok for a nine-year-old boy or a six-year-old boy.’

“The reason being is being introduced to pornography from a young age destroyed me, and in that moment a rigeous anger to defend and protect young eyes came over me.

“To clear everything up, I’m not going to apologise, I’m going to continue to stand on the truth and the word of God.”

Logan also said that the women should not feel like they need to “find their worth in their bodies”.

He added that pornography and lust is at an all time high, and even went as far as to attack people who are gender fluid.

Many people were quick to take to his comments sections to slam comments, with one saying: “It was not your place to force your views.”

Another added: “Welp, this is awkwardly hilarious.”

Previously, we shared how a model was left humiliated after being ordered to cover up on flight because her crop top was ‘too small’.

And, after girls were kicked out of Wetherspoons for wearing revealing tops, we ask: How much boob is too much boob?

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