The YouTuber's latest video of him groping the derrieres of unsuspecting women is - in our opinion - wrong, violating and all kinds of gross.
If you haven't yet seen the 'prank' video, which has pretty much sent the whole of the internet into outrage, then take a look.
Pepper, who has over two million subscribers, is filmed speaking to different women in the street.
While chatting to the unsuspecting females, he grabs their bum with a 'fake' hand (which, by the way, is actually his real hand) and continues to try and persuade them that someone else just happened to have grabbed their bum. Ugh. Really?
The reactions from his victims range from shocked faces to nervous laughs, to a woman who leaps a good few metres away.
We wouldn't expect this behaviour from a school boy, let alone a fully grown man.
However, the internet isn't taking it lying down. Sam is receiving numerous unsubscribes from his YouTube channel, with many former fans demanding that he removes the video.
He's also been banned from pretty much every YouTube convention going and fellow YouTube stars including John and Hank Green and Tyler Oakley have condemned his actions, with Tyler tweeting:
Saddened by @sampepper's new video. Sexually harassing women is vile to begin with, but normalizing it by calling it a prank? So harmful.— Tyler Oakley (@tyleroakley) September 21, 2014
Rather than acknowledging that his actions were wrong, or offer an apology, he then decided to tweet about pizza:
When you're so lazy all you want is pizza but even ordering it is too much hard work— Sam Pepper (@sampepper) September 22, 2014
Which caused further outrage, obviously.
Sam pepper: posts most controversial video of 2014 causing him to be banned from conventions & channels, chooses to tweet about Italian food— may (@troyesflannel) September 21, 2014
It's sick how Sam Pepper hasn't even apologized for his actions. Just proves he is an awful human for not doing so.— lukesbeans (@inthebeantime) September 21, 2014
the fact that sam pepper hasn't addressed this or even apologised makes him an even worse person— meg (@lmaosivan) September 22, 2014
The internet never forgets ✋ @sampepper— Lily Melrose ✌️ (@llymlrs) September 21, 2014
The fact that Sam Pepper can't even take one minute to type "I'm Sorry" is nearly as disgusting as the video— mhairi (@ohmymhairi) September 22, 2014
So ladies, it looks like our battle with men who think sexual harassment is both okay and funny is still ongoing. But the world is less tolerant, and that's a good thing.
I guess every woman needs to be equipped with Sam Pepper Spray— April (@aprilsalud) September 22, 2014