In a highly creative scheme, yoga pants hiding a “butt camera” demonstrate that using one’s rear can result in a raising a lot of intention to a good cause. A woman in New York wore a hidden camera for a full day on the streets of New York City to showcase the dozens of men and women caught staring directly at her butt — all for the sake of raising prostate cancer awareness. Checking out her behind is even encouraged in this case, and the promo has become a big hit in less than a week. The Daily Mail reveals this November 22, 2014, that yoga pants may be known to show off some ladies’ best assets, and in this case, the proof is in the footage.
A prostate cancer awareness scheme taking advantage of a “yoga pants camera butt” video? You heard right; the new clip is showing the U.S. nation how different people can’t help but staring at someone’s curvaceous behind on occasion. A woman from New York opted in for this unique social experiment as a novel way of promoting men’s health and self-diagnosis. The video promo itself — featured on the source site here — reveals a considerable number of males and females alike checking out the lady’s rear. Can you blame them, though?
This scheme is doing more than just turning heads, as the hidden camera ad has become a big hit in part to its “educational” nature. No less than 59 “observers” were caught staring this week by this butt cam, including men and women of different ages and backgrounds. While humorous, the end of the clip has a serious message in which viewers should check the skin between the genitals and their behind for possible lumps. These lumps might signify the beginning of prostate cancer, so it is a good cause.
If anything, people now have an excuse to say, “check out that butt,” says one commenter in the video feed. Hilariously enough, the footage even highlights when an innocent passerby decides to check out the rear, Uproxx Video News says in this “yoga pants camera butt” story. Unknown to the onlookers, a woman walking through the New York streets had a special recording device linked to her rear, that was noting whenever someone tried to sneak a secret peek. Whenever it sees someone eyeing the rear, it pauses and zones in on them. Caught red-handed, right?
It looks like utilizing yoga pants in such a clever scheme wasn’t an entirely original idea. The now viral hidden camera video was apparently inspired by a previous clip (mentioned below) in which a woman received numerous come-ons and catcalls in a matter of hours while walking the city streets. Yet this case instructs men to check out their own butts for potential cancerous lumps, and this hit footage — one man can even be seen leaning over to get a good look — is meant to remind everyone to participate in self-diagnosing strategies.
While this video is thus primarily intended for me, it does appear to remind women that if you wear yoga pants, it is likely you will have some people glancing at your rear. Whenever a man or woman is caught staring at the pants-covered behind, a small ding resounds in the video and the person’s face is highlighted. No less than 59 people were caught, with the health-centered message then saying “Check Your Butt.” In fact, #CheckYourButt has even become a trending Twitter phrase online as a result.
What say you to this cancer awareness scheme? The “yoga pants camera butt” video isn’t the only secret recording that has earned some serious buzz in recent weeks. Late last month, a viral clip was revealed online of a woman walking the city streets being catcalled and eyed by numerous men — she was in fact the recipient of 108 remarks in a single day. The undercover actress is part of an organization trying to make the streets of New York City (and the world at large) safer for people to simply walk through without being heckled or objectified. People be warned: hidden cameras can be anywhere.