“Agent Sebastian” is a social media content producer who travels the nation in a bullet-proof vest. He confronts people who he refers to as “lazybones” for not doing what he says is a “common courtesy”: bringing their shopping carts back to the cart corral. His “Cart Narcs” videos, posted on social media, have upward of 25 million views and 200,000 subscribers.

“These are not videos about getting people to put their cart back,” claims Dr. Nicholas John, Professor of Social Media at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. “This is just a hook for ‘Agent Sebastian’ to enrage people and then milk that rage for cash.”

Dr. John claims that “common courtesy” is the last thing Sebastian is interested in. He’s accusing Sebastian of bullying people then converting their rage into “clicks and views.” Sebastian vehemently denies the allegation.

And later, Ethan Wall, President of The Social Media Law Firm in Miami, weighs in on the potential legal ramifications of posting videos of a person online without their consent.

This episode of Dr. Phil, “Publicly Shamed By ‘The Cart Narcs,’” airs Thursday. Check your local listing for air times.

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