ABC News Primetime What Would You Do? Overweight Harassment and Cheating Couples
When people see a situation that cries out for action, do they step in, back away or just walk on by? Using hidden cameras, ''What Would You Do?'' sets up everyday scenarios and then captures people's reactions. Whether they're compelled to act or mind their own business, ABC News reports on their split-second - and often surprising - decision-making process.
-Overweight Harassment: An overweight person encounters a cruel group of teens who ridicule her while she's sitting on a public bench at a beach boardwalk. Will anyone walking by intervene?
-Eyewitness ID: When a lunchtime purse snatching happens in a split second at a crowded public square, many witnesses get a good look at the crime. But can they pick the real thief out of a lineup? Is there a difference when ABC News changes the race of the purse snatcher?
-Bridal Gown: At a wedding gown fitting, a bride-to-be reveals her choice to friends and family. But what if the gown is so ugly that her closest friends and family want to scream? Will they keep their thoughts to themselves or speak up honestly?
-Cheating Couples: A woman sees her best friend's husband getting way too cozy with another woman. Will she tell her friend?
Correspondent: John Quinones
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