One woman refused to be a victim after she was approached by a man in a Jacksonville Target, a man she said harassed her two year previously in a nearby grocery store. Candice Spivey said that while she was shopping a man, later identified as Jeffrey Polizzi, approached her and began asking personal questions, according to ABC News. 
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Spivey said she recognized him from two years before when he had used the same line on her. He approached her holding a dress he says is for his wife. 

"He says his wife has put on weight after giving birth and he uses her as a way to start asking questions that get extremely inappropriate. For instance, he starts asking [if] his wife should wear the maxi dress with no panties, and if she should shave "down there" trying to make it seem very innocent in the way he's asking. He then asks if you're wearing panties, etc.," Spivey wrote in a Facebook post, after the encounter. 


After the previous incident, she approached store managers and the man was banned from the location, but no files were charged. This time, she took matters into her own hands and chased Polizzi from the store, while filming him with her camera. 

"After I call him out ...shock rushes over his face and he starts to run, so I chase after his sorry ass because I wanted his tag info. I wanted this guy caught. There was something not right about him," Spivey  wrote. 

She didn't catch him, but police later arrested him after he attempted to evade officers. A background check revealed that he'd been caught filming girls in dressing rooms in 2009, ABC News reports. 

Spivey's post has since gone viral and she has received plenty of support, but officials say that her choice to chase him may not have been the safest. Getting a photo of the man was smart, however authorities recommend calling the cops or finding a security guard if an incident arises, according to ABC News.