A man confronted a woman wearing a bikini on a lakeside beach in northern Colorado and has been fired.
According to a viral post on TikTok, Logan Dorn approached a group of women sunbathing on the beach and told them to cover up. This post and another post published by garbagefairy mia about the same encounter have generated more than 3 million views.
In the video clip, Dorn referred to women wearing bikini clothing as “pornography.”
Dorn told women that “given their young eyes, they don’t need to watch pornography” because children can be seen in the background of the video clip.
Donne added: “If the people of God do not stand up, then our society will be ruined because it has no morals.”
Newsweek first reported on the confrontation and viral video clips.
On Wednesday, Mighty Hand Construction, a family company based in Fort Collins, said on Facebook that it had fired Donne due to recent incidents.
“Today we noticed that one of our employees, Logan Dorn, was accused of harassing a group of people in northern Colorado over the weekend,” the Facebook post said. “We started an investigation this morning, and the result was that Mr. Donne’s position was immediately terminated.”
The company stated that Don’s behavior in the video does not reflect company values and does not condone his behavior.
“Mighty Hand strives to be a business place where everyone is most respected and accepted. We will not tolerate employee behaviors that violate these values,” MHC said.
Dorn posted a video on TikTok on Wednesday in which he said: “The truth will set you free.”
In the three-minute video clip, Donne refuted the allegations and accusations against him on the Internet, “Even if I don’t need to be laundered, God will defend me.”
In his TikTok video, Donn did not mention losing his job.