What would you do if a total stranger came up to you in public and tried to hold your hand?
A student decided to put this to the test and posted the results on YouTube.
The video has gone viral with more than 2.5 million views as of Friday morning.
See below to watch it!
The concept of 22-year-old Andrew Hales' mission is simple; he walks up to a stranger on campus at Utah Valley University in Orem, nonchalantly holds a random person's hand, and films their reactions.
In the video, Hales gets strange looks and startles many.
At least one person holds his hand for a few seconds.
So how would you react if someone did this to you?
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