The man who was fired for confronting women for wearing bikinis because they ‘looked like pornography’ has issued an apology, all whilst claiming he would do it again. Watch the video of his full apology below:
Logan Dorn went viral a couple of weeks ago when he was filmed approaching nine women at a beach in Fort Collins, Colorado, to take issue with them over their choices of swimwear.
One of the girls managed to film Dorn telling them to ‘take young eyes into consideration [as] they don’t need to see pornography,’ referring to their bikinis.
He said: “If men of God don’t stand up then our society’s going to go down the drain because there’s no morality.”
The original viral video has since been removed from his TikTok account.
However, Dorn has now apologised… well, kind of.
In his latest TikTok video, Dorn said: “I’m sorry, I apologise. I repent. I’m sorry the way I came off as judgmental, or angry and condemning.”
But, he continued: “If I could do it over again I really would. I really believe God did call me to come and speak to you guys.”
In the days following the first viral video, Dorn’s employer – Mighty Hand Construction, based in Fort Collins – sacked him because of the incident.
Sharing a post on their Facebook page, the company wrote: “Mighty Hand Construction does not condone Logan’s behaviour in the videos.”
Their full statement read: “Today’s information was brought to our attention that one of our employees, Logan Dorn, was accused of harassing a group of individuals over the weekend in Northern Colorado.
“We began an investigation this morning which has resulted in the immediate termination of Mr. Dorn.
“Mighty Hand Construction does not condone Logan’s behaviour in the videos, nor do his actions reflect our values as a company.
“Mighty Hand strives to be a place of business where all are treated with utmost respect and acceptance, and actions by our employees which go against those values will not be tolerated.”
Dorn’s latest video was uploaded 17 hours ago from his new account, @loganvandorn, and has racked up over 33,000 views and 275 likes.
Comments on the post have been turned off.
Most probably because he previously said: “I’m sorry you guys feel the need to come on my page and try to humiliate me and berate me and make me look bad.”