I think we're going to see more and more of this sort of thing in the future.
In reference to the video in the OP, I went and read the additional info that was posted next to the actual video and was horrified to discover that the photos included some of of the guests' genitalia. I hope to God those aren't posted on You Tube as a slide show with some music!
In some cases it may even encourage
bad behaviour in the hopes of starring in a YT video - the whole '15 minutes of fame' thing. From the looks of the woman in the video with the funny glasses, I don't think she's gong to be upset by this turn of events. She'll probably dine out on it for ages.
I think though, that satisfying as it might seem at the time, posting videos like this sort of drags you down to the level of the people in the video. I can imagine that it's incredibly tempting to do so, and perhaps even satisfying at first, but I think Southern Sugar sums it up best with this paragraph.
you lose some of the righteousness of your indignation and anger at people who behave like this when you turn around and let your anger prompt you to try to embarrass/shame them. Public shaming tends to work best if you do it right when the offending action occurs.