A video of a university student walking through the halls of Duke University, with the title “What’s in my life?”, has sparked a debate on social media.
The video shows a young man walking through campus, with his hands in the air, with one hand on his pocket.
The caption reads:”I know what I have in my pocket.”
The video has been shared over 1.5 million times, with a number of people expressing their outrage.
One user, @the_jedi_catholic, said: “This is a terrible mistake.
We don’t know what is in your pocket.”
Another user, #chickens_fairy, wrote: “What is in my hand?”
The Duke student in the video was dressed in a dark shirt, jeans and sneakers.
He was carrying a bag, with no wallet.
Some people commented on the video on social news sites, saying they felt embarrassed for him.
“A good student should always be dressed appropriately, even if he is not on campus,” one user wrote.
Duke University said the video had been taken down, but did not elaborate.”
The students have to do their jobs and be respectful of their fellow people.”
Duke University said the video had been taken down, but did not elaborate.
A spokesperson said the university was reviewing the situation and would consider any complaints or concerns.
The Duke University Facebook page was also full of messages of support, with many saying the university’s policies had not been violated.
The Duke university Facebook page, which has more than 2.5million likes, has been flooded with comments, with some users asking for refunds for the student.
Duke spokesperson Ashley Felt, told ABC News: “We are deeply sorry for any offence that this video may have caused.”
More to come.