AFL: Abbie Chatfield blasts players’ TikTok video rating women’s looks #TikTok

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Abbie Chatfield has weighed in on a now-deleted TikTok video of Collingwood stars Jack Ginnivan and Isaac Quaynor rating girls and their looks.

The outspoken former Bachelor contestant, 27, described the AFL gamers’ behaviour as ‘locker room chat’ as they rated girls out of 10.

‘They’ve been extraordinarily sexist, misogynistic and have objectified girls fairly closely,’ she stated on her Hot Nights radio present on Thursday.

Abbie Chatfield (pictured) has weighed in on a now-deleted TikTok video of Collingwood stars Jack Ginnivan and Isaac Quaynor rating girls and their looks 

Chatfield, who finds the TikTok development of rating individuals primarily based on their look ‘gross’, recommended Ginnivan and Quaynor’s behaviour could be commonplace ‘locker room chat’ within the AFL and reflective of and ‘how they converse in on a regular basis life’.

‘They see nothing unsuitable with it, and all of the boys would snort at it,’ she stated.

‘This is their sense of humour, that is what they suppose is humorous and that is how locker room chat and this boys’ membership factor is so pervasive as a result of they only suppose it is humorous they usually suppose it is so regular as a result of they’re within the echo chamber.’ 

The outspoken former Bachelor contestant, 27, described the AFL players' behaviour as 'locker room chat' as they rated women out of 10. (Pictured: Ginnivan, left, and Quaynor, right, in their offensive TikTok video, which has since been deleted)

The outspoken former Bachelor contestant, 27, described the AFL gamers’ behaviour as ‘locker room chat’ as they rated girls out of 10. (Pictured: Ginnivan, left, and Quaynor, proper, of their offensive TikTok video, which has since been deleted)

'They've been extremely sexist, misogynistic and have objectified women quite heavily,' Chatfield said on her Hot Nights radio show on Thursday

‘They’ve been extraordinarily sexist, misogynistic and have objectified girls fairly closely,’ Chatfield stated on her Hot Nights radio present on Thursday 

Chatfield went on to explain their actions as ‘sexist, classless and derogatory’.  

A TikTok video this week noticed Ginnivan, 19, and Quaynor, 22, mendacity in mattress collectively shirtless as they laughed and rated varied girls and their bodily options.

It’s understood to have been a part of a viral TikTok rating recreation during which contributors re-rate a rating out of 10 primarily based on new info.

The TikTok video saw Ginnivan and Quaynor lying in bed together shirtless as they laughed and rated various women and their physical features. It's understood to have been part of a viral TikTok rating game

The TikTok video noticed Ginnivan and Quaynor mendacity in mattress collectively shirtless as they laughed and rated varied girls and their bodily options. It’s understood to have been a part of a viral TikTok rating recreation

The clip captioned ‘3 minutes of hell’ was posted on Ginnivan’s TikTok account however was swiftly deleted on Tuesday after Collingwood grew to become conscious of the video.

‘She’s a two, however she smells very nice,’ Ginnivan stated within the video.

Quaynor disagreed and gave her a 3 earlier than transferring on to the subsequent lady.

‘She’s a ten, however obtained some broccoli tooth, like them tooth are going each which manner, diagonal, the whole lot,’ Quaynor stated.

‘F**king hell. Four,’ Ginnivan responded whereas laughing.

‘She’s a 9 and a half, however is homeless,’ Quaynor stated. ‘Two and a half,’ Ginnivan replied.

‘When she’s a 4, however she’s wealthy,’ Quaynor laughed. Ginnivan disagreed with the rating. ‘12.5,’ he replied.

Ginnivan and Quaynor apologised in a separate video on Twitter on Tuesday. 'We've since realised that it's just not acceptable and it doesn't align with [our] values,' Quaynor said

Ginnivan and Quaynor apologised in a separate video on Twitter on Tuesday. ‘We’ve since realised that it is simply not acceptable and it does not align with [our] values,’ Quaynor stated

Ginnivan and Quaynor apologised in a separate video on Twitter on Tuesday.

‘Hey guys, simply needed to leap on right here and apologise for the TikTok video,’ Quaynor stated.

‘We did a development that we didn’t take into consideration earlier than posting and we’re actually sorry for making the error of collaborating in it after which posting it.

‘We’ve since realised that it is simply not acceptable and it does not align with the values that each of us maintain. We’ll continue learning about what we must always and should not publish as there’s quite a bit to be taught from.’

Ginnivan added: ‘We’re sorry to everybody on the membership, throughout all platforms, our members, supporters for any impression we have precipitated. Thanks guys and we’re so sorry once more.’

Collingwood became aware of the video on Monday and ordered the players to take it down

Collingwood grew to become conscious of the video on Monday and ordered the gamers to take it down

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