Online video chat services, such as Chatroulette, Omegle, and vChatter are becoming increasingly popular and have attracted millions of users. One critical problem encoun- tered in such applications is the presence of misbehaving users (\ashers") and obscene content. Automatically filtering out obscene content from these systems in an eficient manner poses a difficult challenge. This paper presents a novel Fine-Grained Cascaded (FGC) classification solution that significantly speeds up the compute-intensive process of classifying misbehaving users by dividing image feature ex- traction into multiple stages and flltering out easily classified images in earlier stages, thus saving unnecessary computation costs of feature extraction in later stages. Our work is further enhanced by integrating new webcam-related con- textual information (illumination and color) into the classification process, and a 2-stage soft margin SVM algorithm for combining multiple features. Evaluation results using real-world data set obtained from Chatroulette show that the proposed FGC based classification solution significantly outperforms state-of-the-art techniques.