A mum-of-five was praised for "doing the right thing" when she found out a neighbour approached to her daughter and asked her to "sneak out" to his house.
Rena Camille knocked on her neighbour's door and confronted him for allegedly creeping on her daughter while they were in a lift.
"Confronting my special needs neighbour, lord, if you want me in jail, just say that," she wrote in the now-viral video.
The man opens the door and she tells him: "My daughter is the one who was in the elevator. She's a child. Did you know that?"
He replies: "Yeah, I, I understood."
"So then why would you ask her to sneak out to your house if you knew she was a child," Rena asks.
He apologises: "I'm sorry, I just want to have somebody to hang out with."
The fuming mum then adds: "Yeah but she's a child though. Why would a child need to come down to your house to hang out with you?"
Viewers were divided after watching the clip – some sided with Rena but others believed a special needs person might not understand the issue.
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One said: "My brother is special needs he's about 35 but mentally he's about 14 to 15 years old.
"Not saying this is okay, but sometimes they really don't understand things."
A second wrote: "Some special needs adults are high functioning but still have the mind of a child and still believe they are kids."
Rena pointed out that the man is an adult who lives alone in the flat.
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"He told her 'sneak', which indicated he's very aware of his wrongdoing," a viewer said.
Another added: "I worked in a special needs group home for years…They have way more sense than people give them credit for.
"He knew exactly what he was doing."
A third suggested Rena to contact local authorities and see if they could relocate him to somewhere safer.
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