This Artist Mocked Four Workmen At A McDonald’s But Then The Internet Turned Against Her


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Hetty Douglas is perhaps best known as an artist who often incorporates humorous text onto her colorful canvas art. At least, she was until she became internet-famous in the summer of 2017. You see, that was when she spotted a group of workmen in a McDonald’s one day and shared an image of them on social media. Sadly for her, though, the internet wasn’t amused.

Douglas is a 25-year-old promising artist who grew up in Nottingham, England. As a child, her career path seemed pre-determined. After all, her mom studied fine art at university, and many of her other family members also have an imaginative streak.

“I’ve always been creative because my mom’s a fine artist,” Douglas explained to the website Ssense. “My aunt is an artist, my cousin is a graffiti artist. My brother is an artist, too. I’ve always been around creative people.” It’s clearly an influence that rubbed off on an impressionable young Douglas.

She continued, “From a very early age, I would be in my mom’s studio or at university and college with her because she went to art school as a mature student. I was about ten when she was studying.” Indeed, the young Douglas would often cut school to hang out with her mom at university.

Douglas eventually moved to London to attend university herself and study fashion illustration. “If anything, it taught me exactly what I didn’t want to do,” she explained to Ssense. So she soon quit her studies to focus on her own work and modeling for trendy clothes store Supreme.

Douglas has since enjoyed moderate success as an artist. Her work has been exhibited in London and the U.S., for instance, and she’s worked on a perfume project for Dazed and Calvin Klein. It would be her action in a McDonald’s restaurant, however, that got her name in the spotlight.

So what happened? Well, in late summer 2017 Douglas had entered a McDonald’s restaurant in London. While there, a group of workmen soon caught her eye. Seizing what she saw as a photo opportunity, Douglas took a picture of them, unknown to the men, and added a caption.

The text accompanying Douglas’ photo of the workmen read, “These guys look like they got 1 GCSE.” In the U.K., students study up to ten subjects in their GCSEs. If passed, it would be the equivalent of earning a high school diploma. Someone who earns one pass, then, would be considered below average intelligence.

Seemingly without further thought, Douglas shared the image, complete with her tagline, with her 15,000 Instagram followers. But it turned out that some don’t share the artist’s idea of humor. In fact, some even had remarks of their own to add to Douglas’ supposedly “challenging” observations.

Certainly, Douglas’ Instagram post was shared by London-based photographer Rhi Harper. Alongside a composite of the original photo with a picture of Douglas looking prudish, Harper wrote, “And you look like a spoiled rich girl gentrifying south London.” That tweet subsequently went viral.

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this artist mocked for workmen and McDonald's and then the internet turned on her had a Douglas is perhaps best known as an artist who often incorporates humorous text into her colorful canvas art at least she was until she became internet famous in the summer of 2017 you see that was when she spotted a group of workmen in a McDonald's one day and shared an image of them on social media sadly for her though the internet wasn't amused Douglas is a 25 year old promising artist who grew up in Nottingham England as a child her career path seemed predetermined after all her mom studied fine art at university and many of her other family members also have an imaginative streak I've always been creative because my mom is a fine artist Douglas explained to the website a sense my aunt is an artist my cousin is a graffiti artist my brother's an artist too I've always been around creative people it's clearly an influence that rubbed off on an impressionable young Douglas she continued from an early age I would be in my mom's studio or at university in college with her because she went to art school as a mature student I was about 10 when she was studying indeed the young Douglas would often cut school to hang out with her mom at University Douglas eventually moved to London to attend University herself and studied fashion illustration if anything it taught me exactly what I didn't want to she explained to essence so she soon quit her studies to focus on her own work and modeling for trendy clothes store supreme Douglas has since enjoyed moderate success as an artist her work has been exhibited in London and the US for instance and she's worked on a perfume project for Dazed & Calvin Klein it would be her action in a McDonald's restaurant however that got her name in the spotlight so what happened well in late 2017 Douglas had entered a McDonald's restaurant in London well they're a group of workmen soon caught our eye seizing what she saw as a photo opportunity Douglas took a picture of them unknown to the men and added a caption the text accompanying Douglas photo of the workman read these guys look like they got one GCSE in the UK students study up to ten subjects in their GCSEs if passed it would be the equivalent of earning a high school diploma someone who earns one pass then would be considered below average intelligence seemingly without further thought Douglas shared the image complete with her tag line with her 15,000 Instagram followers but it turned out that some don't share the artists idea of humor in fact some even add remarks of their own to ed the douglases supposedly challenging observations certainly Douglass's Instagram post was shared by london-based photographer Rhea Harper alongside a composite of the original photo with a picture of Douglas looking prudish Harper wrote and you look like a spoiled rich girl gentrifying South London that tweet subsequently went viral among the 18,000 tweets and nearly 74 thousand likes Harper Street has received today some passed their own judgement on Douglas all they wanted was McDonald's she needs to chill one said another marked those guys look like mighty fine hard-working men to me Chelsea Clary who said she was the wife of one of the workmen Douglas mocked waited in that's my husband in the photo and we've enjoyed reading all the replies to your tweet tonight she replied to Harper to be fair she could have mocked them to their faces and they would have laughed in hers Douglass's photo aussolas loose scaffold ER warren firt i would like an apology the 40 year old explained to the son online i do not think it's right she can take a picture of us without us knowing and say then I'm just working just earning a living for me and my son but and his colleagues were in a central London branch of the fast food chain when they were targeted by Douglas he told the son online it's not very nice it made us look like a load of idiots when we were just trying to crack on and do some work but in fact graduated with no GCSEs and instead earned a working qualification equivalent to five GSEs in a trade he's practiced for 20 years what gives her the right to look at me or us in that way he said she's no better than me because she can draw the backlash was even enough to drive Douglas into hiding yes the artist who's dead as a builder took down her Instagram page in the aftermath of the incident a family friend told the Daily Mail some of the comments directed at her are very threatening and she's terrified of reprisals the friend added that Douglas hadn't left her house for fear of attacks should someone recognise her interestingly it was further claimed that there was context behind the image of the builders specifically the friend believed Douglas had responded after men named abuse towards restaurant staff they were being rude and swearing at those youngsters working behind the counter and had he thought they were out of order the friend told the Daily Mail in her defense Douglass's close friend described the artist as a very nice polite well-mannered girl she'd merely wanted to teach the workman a lesson the friend said two of the men in the picture however were given the chance to critique Douglass's work by the son online but joked Hetty is emulating her simmering existential turmoil on canvas there's a hint of Picasso's Impressionism fused with Jackson Pollock's hectic style her attempts at creating reactionary 21st century symbolism in abstract form are crude and ignorant but continued mockingly but seriously I'm not gonna have a go at her and say it's rubbish beauty is in the eye of the beholder the art speaks for itself only she knows what they're about and she appears to be angry please share this video with your friends below and don't forget to visit a new channel watch Jojo MDS and watch Jojo

31 thoughts on “This Artist Mocked Four Workmen At A McDonald’s But Then The Internet Turned Against Her”

  1. I love to see my fellow man/woman react to the wrong in her behavior. I haven’t seen any support for her as I shouldn’t. It reflects well on my fellow humanoids and gives me hope in man/womenkind. Thanks everyone, all the best and let’s forget about this snobby twit!

  2. Scared to come out because there may be a reaction to your dumbass speech? Imagine that. People getting pissed because you spout idiotic drivel should highly be expected. Consequences is still a thing.

  3. Graffiti is glorified vandalism….not art….her PROJECTING shows her own self loathing at failing school outright.
    A real job involving dirt and sweat will do this sour brat the world of good.

  4. Wait, she grew up in Nottingham England? When did she grow up? In case of an emergency be sure to call an artist rather than an EMT or workman. At least they do a real job. How many artists are needed in a war zone?

  5. A very few men in construction have become grossly rich. They did not take the moral high road. More then a few whom worked really hard, and tried to take a moral high road, did not do well at all. It''s been a tough career, pox marked by ever increasingly cheap labor. The ones whom did the worst, did their own labor. The very few I've known to do well, played by the rules, but no one would say morally. Is it moral to build a home and move into it, then declare bankruptcy. Nope. But, once it was within the rules.

  6. If you don't know someone it's best to leave well enough alone. Some people would sue over having their picture taken unknowingly and find it posted on a public forum. It's just a very rude thing to do! I hope she never gets a sponsor for her art.

  7. She's just an unfortunate victim of the misguided up bringing her hippy mother taught her, and the world just bitch slapped her into reality as to how bad an upbringing that was, love it!!!

  8. As the unofficial spokesman for Aitken, Minnesota we would like to have you send us our t-shirt and we will send you one more befitting your public image. Oh BTW, we think your choice of a stocking cap is really innovative, we've never seen a skinny, pasty faced kid wear one all the time before. You are so clever. Oops, I almost forgot, Walmart is having a sale on Krylon 16 ouncers. Great for spray painting walls or huffing, your choice.

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