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Update: Levi's has confirmed to blog Fashionista. The jeans maker said the clip was a "grassroots experiment" conducted by creative group Colenso BBDO, "without any creative direction from us". Footage of two New Zealand women using a hidden camera to catch men leering at their behinds has gone viral on the Internet, attracting more than four million hits in just over a week.
New Zealanders Jessie Gurunathan and Reanin Johannink rigged up a camera to covertly record men's reactions as they walked the streets of Los Angeles, posting the resulting footage on video-sharing site YouTube. The video, titled "Rear View Girls", shows some men making blatant double takes to ogle the women, while others, including a man with his arm around his girlfriend, are more surreptitious.
Even a man dressed as Jesus sneaks a look, as do skateboarders and cafe customers. The clip has been viewed more than 4 million times on YouTube, prompting the pair of aspiring actors to say on microblogging site Twitter that they had been overwhelmed by the response.
Gurunathan denied the clip intended to show men in a bad light and said they planned to repeat their cheeky prank in other cities around the world. Two New Zealand women used a hidden camera to catch men leering at their behinds.
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