"Not him trying to steal Batman's girl."
Waterhouse shared a video on her TikTok of her persistent suitor, who seemed to have caught sight of Waterhouse and her friend as they were walking along together in search of a store.
"when a man is trying to hit on you but all you want to find is a med men," Waterhouse wrote on the video, which was filmed by her friend. It starts mid-interaction, with the man asking where the two met each other.
"Did you meet her in England?" the man asked, pointing at the camerawoman.
"Uh, I didn't, I met her in LA."
"No s–t," he answered, but Waterhouse wasn't interested in continuing the conversation.
"Bye, honey!" she called, trying to dip out of the situation and continue on with their night, but the man followed and called her back, trying to get her phone number.
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"Here, keep in touch with me!"
"Oh, no, I have a boyfriend."
"Oh, you do?"
The entire encounter was awkward, with many commenters wondering why it's so hard for men to take a hint or accept when someone isn't interested, but the comments about the man's ignorance of who Waterhouse—and her boyfriend—is really take the cake.
"Red flag if he doesn't recognize you! Means he has bad taste in music!" one user commented, but most were more obsessed with the fact that the man was trying to usurp Pattinson.
"man's didn't know he was competing with edward cullen," one wrote.
"…then the Volvo pulls up lol," another said, referencing the car that Edward Cullen, one of Pattinson's most famous characters, drives.
"not him trying to steal Batman's girl," another user wrote.
"that guys about to meet vengeance," someone else agreed.
"someone find this man i need a reaction to him finding out not only who she is but who her boyfriend is lmao," one commenter spoke for all of us.
Yet another wondered, "Where do bang average men get all this confidence 😅"
Imagine what we could do if we had all of it, instead!