WorldPeople Are Harassing This Woman After She Shared Video Of A Man Assaulting Her On The StreetJournalist Andrea Noel posted the video on social media in the hopes of identifying her attacker.By by Ryan BroderickBuzzFeed News Reporter and by BaxterBuzzFeed Staff and by Raquel MiserachiBuzzFeed Staff, MexicoPosted on March 11, 2016, 1:31 pmTwitterFacebookLink On Tuesday, Andrea Noel, a journalist from Mexico City, was assaulted in the street by an unknown man. The man ran up behind her and pulled down her underwear. Andrea Noel ϟ @metabolizedjunk Me acaban de levantar el vestido y bajar los calzones en medio de #Condesa. Sexual assault is not a funny prank. It is an abusive violation. 08:41 PM - 08 Mar 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Luckily, CCTV footage managed to capture the assault — which incidentally happened on International Women's Day. Noel posted the footage on Twitter where it was retweeted thousands of times. Andrea Noel ϟ @metabolizedjunk Si alguien reconoce a este imbécil, favor de identificarlo. Women should be able to walk safely. #FelizDiaDeLaMujer 02:37 AM - 09 Mar 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite "If anyone recognizes this idiot, please identify him. Women should be able to walk safely. #HappyWomensDay" It was then shared on Facebook, where it was viewed hundreds of thousands of times. Facebook: avinylrevolver "Once again, as usual with women all across Mexico, I was harassed in broad daylight, in a beautiful street. #HappyWomensDay"If you recognize this asshole please ID him. #Condesa" [Condesa is a neighborhood in Mexico City.] Noel is now hoping the internet can help her identify her attacker. Twitter: @metabolizedjunk Mexico doesn't have a law against street harassment, but according to El Daily Post, Noel plans to sue the man if she can find him. Twitter: @metabolizedjunk Though Noel has received support since the incident, her social media accounts have also been flooded with hateful messages. Twitter: @metabolizedjunk Twitter: @metabolizedjunk "@metabolizedjunk @lonelycholo This qualifies as sexual harassment. I’d suggest that you file a police report. Even more, if you have witnesses." "@Phantomatiques @lonelycholo I’m waiting an hour for a video. I’m all up to filing a report, but I know there’s going to be total impunity." Noel is retweeting trolls, shining a light on what happens when a woman speaks up about street harassment in Mexico. Twitter: @metabolizedjunk "Really? #Mexico""Holy shit! @metabolizedjunk I hope I find this motherfucker, just to give a prize and a cape to this anonymous hero. You deserved rape." Noel wrote that she plans to go to the authorities, but isn't optimistic. "I am waiting for them to give me the video and I will go to the police. But I know there will be total impunity," she wrote. Twitter: @MtroPeludito "Oh. You should let yourself be loved, and stop complaining. You should be thankful that someone enjoys your body." She's also trying to get Twitter to ban users who are sending her death threats. Andrea Noel ϟ @metabolizedjunk Ayuden a @twitter a bloquear a usuarios como estos: 04:45 AM - 10 Mar 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite "Help @twitter block users like this:" Ryan BroderickBuzzFeed News ReporterContact Ryan Broderick at firstname.lastname@example.org.Got a confidential tip? 👉 Submit it hereBaxterBuzzFeed StaffJavier Aceves (Baxter) es Editor en Jefe de BuzzFeed México y vive en la Ciudad de México. Contact Baxter at email@example.com.Raquel MiserachiBuzzFeed Staff, MexicoRaquel Miserachi es redactora de BuzzFeed México y vive en la Ciudad de México.Contact Raquel Miserachi at firstname.lastname@example.org.