A man has been caught trying to take a photo of a woman he had just met in a park.
The man was caught taking the photo at a park in central London and posting it on social media.
The photo had been posted online just hours before he was spotted and caught on camera by another man.
It has since gone viral and since being posted the photo has gone viral again, reaching more than one million views.
The picture has also been shared thousands of times.
The victim, who did not want to be named, told The Sun Online she was walking along a street in Kings Cross when she noticed a man taking photos of her on his phone.
“He just started snapping away,” she said.
“‘Do you know who this is?’ “
I said. “
‘Do you know who this is?’
He was just wearing a white shirt with a big red band across his chest. “
Then I saw him walk up and I recognised him immediately.
“[I] said: ‘I’ve never met you before, why would you take pictures of me?’ “
“[Then] he turned around and I realised he was really trying to photograph me.” “
The woman said she had to turn around and apologise. “
[Then] he turned around and I realised he was really trying to photograph me.”
The woman said she had to turn around and apologise.
She said: “I said: `Why would you do this?’ and he said: ‘”Because I’m famous.’
“The man was arrested after he turned up at the woman’s home with a camera and said he had been looking for photos of the woman.
He was charged with voyeurism and was released without charge.
The photo has since been shared more than 1,500 times.
Mr Giddings, who lives in the south-east of the UK, said he has never seen a situation like this before.
I’ve been a photographer for 15 years, and have never seen anything like this, he said.
However, he has had a number of pictures of women taken on his mobile phone, and when he was contacted by The Sun he was concerned it was a “fraud”.
He said: “The man is probably scared of people in his area.
In this particular case I’m not a photographer and this is a man who has a camera.
But I can see how he might think someone would be upset about it.
“He added: “There’s probably not many people who are this scared to be seen in public.
What can I do?
“Mr Kildare said the man had been in the area for more than a week, and he was not known to him.
A spokesman for Kensington and Chelsea Council said the incident would be investigated.
(Reporting by Emily Smith in London, editing by Simon Evans)