Man’s Twitter account posts photos of naked woman to show she’s a model
The image that appeared on Twitter this morning has prompted a man’s Twitter page to delete posts and messages saying he is the victim of a crime.
The image on the page is a picture of a naked woman wearing a red sweater and jeans that has a caption that reads: “The victim of the crime of which this is a report.”
It has since been removed.
The account has since deleted the picture, as well.
The account, which is called #IWokeUpToThis, is the Twitter account of a man named Haryuki Miki, who tweeted at the end of February to say that he woke up to a picture on his phone of a woman wearing jeans and a red shirt.
He said he was sleeping in his hotel room when he heard a loud bang and realized it was his phone.
He told reporters that the woman was “a model, a model of my profession.”
Miki said the photo was taken in December at the Glamour Fashion Show in Tokyo and that he would like to be paid to have the image removed.
He also said that he had a message to the person who took the photo: “Please be careful with my photos and make sure you are careful with me too.”
The woman who was wearing the photo told The Associated Press on Tuesday that she had been contacted by Miki on Twitter, and that she was willing to make a formal complaint if he wanted to talk about the incident.