BACHELORETTE star Leo Dottavio has been slammed for laughing at a “shockingly vile” sexist rant claiming fat women should be “SHOT in the head like cattle.”
The alarming conversation happened with the TV contestant’s podcast co-host, Danny Mullen, who also insisted that there is “nothing more worthless” than the “bottom half of a fat girl” before violently describing ways of their murder.
Self-proclaimed comedian, Danny, began the troubling chat by declaring that “ideally,” curvier women “have to have t***ies that protrudes more than their big bellies.”
“And if not they need to be shot in the head like cattle,” he urged.
Throughout the discussion, Leo – who was accused of sexual harassment by multiple women – laughed and agreed with his close pal.
Danny continued to proudly talk about murdering and raping women for several minutes longer – something he has also done in other episodes throughout his time hosting the show.
“I would love for a guy in a full samurai outfit to come out and dissect them,” he said before making a cutting sound effect.
He added: “Right over the navel. And if they can stay alive long enough for you t*t f**k and mouth f**k them then they just perish from this Earth.
“That’s all you need because the bottom half of a fat girl, is there anything more worthless? There’s nothing more useless on the planet than the bottom half of a fat girl.”
He continued: “The humane way is to dissect her with a samurai sword is to put her in a hot tub with a samurai sword and the risk of this is the fat kid jumping in the pool, ya know all the water flies out and you might me left with a cement pit.
“But you can still f**k her t**s and mouth and you don’t have to mess with the bottom half,” he concluded.
“Yeah that’s a good point Danny,” his co-host agreed.
Leo then added: “I’m going to have nightmares of fat women that look like the Hungry Hungry Hippos games just clawing at our channel.”
In response, Danny claimed that the world “need to bring back the guillotine” for “fat women.”
‘BRING BACK THE GUILLOTINE’
“I want it to come down on their belly button instead of the back of the neck,” he stated.
Leo went on to ask: “Do you think they can recover from their fatness? Do you think if they used to be skinny that fat person will always live inside of them?”
They engaged in the topic on their podcast but appeared to hide from the backlash as they have since made the video – as well as Leo’s Instagram – private.
However, it appeared Danny felt no remorse for his comments about “mutating, murdering and raping women” as he laughed off the backlash on social media after and even called one critic a “satisfied customer.”
The clip has gone viral on TikTok with many fans demanding the show be canceled due to the “shockingly vile” comments.
“Danny Mullen using their sad excuse for comedy as a disguise for their misogyny, fat phobia and obsession with committing acts of sexual assault,” one person wrote.
Another fired off: “I rarely see something so upsetting that I cry but the Leo and Danny show is so shockingly vile. It’s not all men, but f**k it’s enough of them.”
“I’m genuinely concerned that this guy was able to describe a violent act of murder and then immediately associate it with sex. They say that they’re joking, and it’s all satire. Bulls**t.
“They spent a whole 9 minutes dehumanizing fat women. F**k you Leo and Danny,” a third exclaimed.
A fourth tweeted: “Never even heard of the Leo and Danny Show until now. Wish I had never heard of them. Absolutely appalling how they feel about larger women.
“Fat shaming should not be tolerated anywhere in this world. Why can’t we be kind to one another?!”
Many have also called for YouTube, Spotify and other outlets to remove their podcast from its platforms.
LEO’S HISTORY OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT ALLEGATIONS
He went on to have a brief stint on Bachelor In Paradise which was cut short due to him getting in a physical altercation with another contestant.
The 35-year-old was also fired from his job at Universal Studios theme park in Los Angeles after filming the ABC franchise due to accusations of sexual assault – which allegedly occurred in 2017, one year before he’d go on the show.
A former co-worker filed a complaint with Universal claiming that Leo “made women uncomfortable” and engaged in “excessive hugging and unwanted flirting.”
Bachelor alum Bekah Martinez also came forward with allegations of Leo sexually harassing multiple women.
Leo did not respond to The Sun’s request for comment.