Woman shares ‘terrifying’ parking lot encounter outside of CVS

TikTok user @insanesluug was recording a video showing off her CVS haul when a stranger approached her car with an usual request.

On March 7, she uploaded a video of the strange parking lot encounter to TikTok, where it has received more than 3.5 million likes.

In the video, when @insanesluug bent down to look for her bag, she was interrupted by a knock on her car window.

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“Hello?” she asked the stranger at her window.

“Excuse me young lady, I don’t mean to bother you but I just wanna know how your feet smell,” he asked her. Instead of answering, she quickly rolled her window back up.

“I’m having a panic attack,” she added in the comments.

Commenters expressed their concern for @insanesluug in the comments. Many also offered advice for anyone who finds themselves in a similar situation.


“Be careful next time and don’t roll down your window,” another added. “Please stay safe.”

People had many questions for @insanesluug — Why did she roll down her window? What did she buy at CVS? — and she answered all of those in a follow-up video.

She explained that the reason she rolled down the window was because she thought she had left her purchase in the store and that a CVS employee was coming over to bring her her bag. Obviously, that was not the case.

She also explained that after she rolled up her window, the stranger “turned around and started running away.” After that, she started up her car and left.

“Glad everybody got a laugh out of it. It was terrifying,” she said.

In light of the recent disappearance and murder of 33-year-old Sarah Everard, women everywhere have grown increasingly fearful about venturing out alone, especially at night. There are many apps you can download that will send out emergency signals and allow your friends to track your location, which you can learn more about here. Many women also note that they don’t go anywhere without pepper spray and won’t walk alone at night with headphones in so they can always stay vigilant.

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