These Construction Workers Catcall Women, But Their Message Is Not What You Think It Is (Video)

It's something every female professional loathes when walking to work: being catcalled by construction workers.

Snickers Australia decided the best thing to do was fake out a bunch of ladies walking to work and have construction workers give them a different kind of message instead.

"You want to hear a filthy word?" asked one worker to a woman walking.

She prepared for the worst, but could never have expected what he said next.

"Gender bias!" "Absolutely!" chimes in one of his coworkers.

The men continue to give women unexpected messages of gender equality.

"You know what I'd like to see? A society in which the objectification of women makes way for gender-neutral interactions, free from assumptions and expectations!"

Quite a video, eh? The only problem is the ending, which, since it's a Snickers commercial, reads: "You're not you when you're hungry."

This has been interpreted in two ways: Either the men are not being themselves because they're hungry, and that's why they're being so friendly, or the men are usually hungry, and this is them after eating a Snickers bar. We'll give Snickers the benefit of the doubt and go with the latter.