I have posted about him before, I have a friend who is into feet, he's a decent guy though and he's been through hell the past couple years, anyway there's a silent auction benefit for a girls operation and one of the girls friends put up boots, he really liked the friend and currently his bid is winning, now he um, pleaded himself with shoes, judge however you want but that's probably a plan here too and I get conflicted, he is paying good money to support a good cause so he's not stealing or anything, I mean it's just I don't know. Anyway do you think it's morally wrong?
She put them up for sale, so he bought them. It's not like it's a pet or a plant or something living, it's an object, so once she sold it, it's not hers anymore to judge what he does with it. If I bought a second hand car and decided to go Blank-Space-Taylor-Swift on it and bust the headlights with a golf club, then nobody can reprimand me for that, especially not the former owner, unless I go on the road with it, which is dangeorus an illegal. So as long as he does this in a private place, there's nothing restricting it, and even though the girl might feel a bit uncomfortable, there's nothing she can do about it but be cautious around this guy just in case he wants to make a move on her because she sold her belonging. I personally don't like what he's doing, but I can't judge because it's his personal life.