An Atlanta woman went on a first date with a man she met on a dating app and it turned into an absolute nightmare. A seemingly normal date turned brutally violent, and Brittany Correri is thankful that she got away with her life.\nThis article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.\nCorreri is now warning people about her attacker via Instagram, and the public has stepped in to help bring the man to justice.\nEditor's Choice: Hinge Responds To The The Violent Attack On An Atlanta Woman During A Date\nWhat happened on the Hinge date?\nCorreri shared that the night was going totally normal, but when they left their last date spot and got in the man’s car, things suddenly turned violent.\nThe man, who she called "Ben," started viciously beating Correri’s face and body and would not stop no matter how much she pleaded.\nShe claimed that he drove around for hours and continued to beat her. Finally, he drew a gun on Correri and told her that he was going to kill her.\n"At this point, I truly thought my life was over," wrote the victim. The man attempted to drag her from the car, but amazingly, there was a security guard on the street who ran over to intervene and the attacker took off.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by @brittanycorreri\nHow have people on Instagram responded to the attack?\nCorreri’s Instagram post has drawn the attention of thousands of people sending their support and even starting investigations of their own into her assault.\nShe posted screenshots of “Ben’s” Hinge profile so that people know what he looks like and the photos show multiple identifiable tattoos on his body. Instagrammers immediately started digging to find out just who “Ben” is so that he can be brought to justice.\nSeveral people in the comments believe to have found the man’s true identity, linking to his Facebook, which has since been deactivated. One commenter suggested getting the receipts from their date spots as a possible way to track him down. Another commented, “Those tattoos are very hard to hide. They will find him!”\nNarcity reached out to Hinge and they responded with a statement about the brutal attack. Correri continues to post stories to her Insta about her attacker and is asking the public to contact the Atlanta Police Department if they have any information about the alleged aggressor.\nAtlanta Police are still working to find and identify Correri's attacker.\nbrittanycorreri | Instagram\nbrittanycorreri | Instagram\nbrittanycorreri | Instagram\nHow dangerous are dating apps in 2020?\nAccording to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, 30% of U.S. adults have used a dating site or app.\nMany users, particularly women under the age of 35, report being harassed or sent explicit messages. And, 19% of younger female (under 35) users say someone on a dating site or app has threatened to physically harm them.\nAdditionally, the survey found that 46% of Americans believe these platforms are a "not too or not at all safe way of meeting people."