A man, who confronted a group of bikini-clad girls on the beach about their bathing suits, comparing them to “pornography,” has been fired.
Earlier this week, a video of Logan Dorn approaching nine women on a beach in Fort Collins, Colorado, went viral, with Dorn telling the group to “take young eyes into consideration” because “they don’t need to see pornography.”
“I felt a righteous anger come over me, as well as a boldness by the Holy Spirit to go and confront these ladies and speak truth,” Dorn said.
Mighty Hand Construction announced on Wednesday that it had “immediately terminated” Dorn’s employment.
“Today information was brought to our attention that one of our employees, Logan Dorn, was accused of harassing a group of individuals over the weekend in Northern Colorado,” the company said in a statement.
“We launched an investigation this morning, which resulted in Mr. Dorn’s immediate dismissal.
“Mighty Hand Construction does not condone Logan’s behavior in the videos, and his actions do not reflect our company values.
“Mighty Hand strives to be a place of business where everyone is treated with the utmost respect and acceptance, and any actions were taken by our employees that contradict those values will not be tolerated.”
Mighty Hand Construction’s values are listed on its website as faith, respect, integrity, and truth.
Dorn’s comments were videotaped by one of the girls, Mia, and quickly went viral on TikTok, garnering millions of views.
In addition to comparing the women’s clothing choices to “pornography,” Dorn stated, “If men of God don’t stand up, our society will go down the drain because there is no morality.”
Dorn stated that after the video went viral, he would give his version of events, but he would not apologize.
Dorn explained his comments in a series of videos on his TikTok channel.
In a video posted on Wednesday that has been viewed 150,000 times, he says: “There are a lot of allegations and accusations being leveled against me, and I’m just going to speak the truth and let people know who I am. Even though I don’t need to clear my name, God will.
“Here are some of the things people have said about me: that I’ve had children out of wedlock, that I’m an abusive father or husband, that I was forced to confront them, that I sexually harassed them, and that when I adjusted my shorts, it was because I was actually turned on and trying to hide something.
“Those are the lies that have come out about me that are far from the truth.” He categorically denied all of the allegations, adding that he did not have children and was not married, despite having a fiancée.
Dorn goes into more detail in a follow-up video, which was shared immediately after and has been viewed 143,000 times, saying: “I’m sorry you felt the need to come on my page and humiliate, berate, and make me look bad…
“Because of our pain and hurt, our society’s morality has deteriorated to the point where we have turned to things like pornography, lust, alcohol, and drugs…
“Last but not least, there is nothing I have to apologize for. More men of God are needed to speak and stand for the truth, especially among women. I mean, if this is my calling, and it comes with persecution, then so be it.
“Let it be humiliation and the loss of my reputation if it comes.” Jesus is deserving of it. I will keep speaking the truth.”