British ‘pick-up artist’ records video apology for ‘insulting Taiwanese women’

British ‘pick-up artist’ Explorer Nick records video apology for ‘hurting Taiwan and its people’

Taiwan News 
Date: 2018/06/16
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A British YouTuber and self-described “pick-up artist,” who

Nick Coakley. (Screenshot from Coakley’s apology video on YouTube)

has uploaded a number of exploitive videos of Taiwanese women he met on the streets of Taipei, yesterday (June 15) recorded a video apology following complaints from his victims and threats from netizens.

Going by the handle “Explorer Nick,” 28-year-old vlogger, Nicholas Coakley is an apprentice of infamous pick-up artist David Bond. Like Bond, Coakley has been accused by some of not receiving their permission to have their faces shown in his videos, such as a woman in Thailand. Bond and Coakley arrived in Taiwan on June 7 to shoot a series of videos purportedly showing them successfully obtaining contact information of Taiwanese women and in some cases implying that they engaged in sex after just meeting.     [FULL STORY]

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