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Is This Guy Wrong for Walking a Woman Home? People Responded.

If you offer or are asked to walk someone home at night, you never know what direction the evening might take…and your actions and words could be misinterpreted in any number of ways.

And a young man took to Reddit’s “Am I the A**hole?” page to ask the readers there if he was wrong for how he behaved while walking a woman home.

Take a look and see what happened.

AITA for walking a woman home?

“Hello, a few days ago I (23M) was going out to a bar with a group of friends.

When everyone as leaving I offered to walk this one girl (22F), who I had been hanging out with home, as it was late and she was alone. I assumed that would be the the polite thing to do. She accepted and seemed to be happy on the walk back.

Once we got to her place she offered for me to stay the night there, saying the walk to my place was long and it was cold (it’s the middle of summer so this didn’t really make sense). I told her it was only a 5 minute walk and that I didn’t want to bother her (also didn’t want to sleep on her couch), so I left and went home.

The next morning I woke up to learn that all of this girls friends are upset with me, (I learned this through my friend and his GF) for the way I treated her. The girl in question, also won’t speak with me, despite us getting along great in the past.

I am not sure what I did, I’m kind of clueless when it comes to women. Was offering to walk her home s**ist? If so I feel terrible. Anyway what did I do that was wrong?”

Check out how Reddit users reacted to this story.

This person said he’s NTA and that the woman probably felt rejected.

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And this Reddit user agreed and said he’s NTA and he acted like a gentleman.

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This individual also said he’s NTA and that she’s not entitled to be p**sed off about this.

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