Waitress Kicks Ass After Someone Grabbed Her While She Was Working, And Yes, We're Madly In Love With Her Now — VIDEO
It's unfortunate but in many service industry gigs, as a woman, you're expected to just sorta deal with ridiculous to lewd clientele. Being a server sucks, more often than not. But sometimes revenge is absolutely demanded—like in this scenario when a waitress smacked a guy who grabbed her.
I have no idea how people can continue to perpetuate this myth that just because a person (specifically, a woman) is dependent on your tips to make money, that means a patron is owed a feel. It's a tremendous trespassing of basic personal rights. Anyone, regardless of gender, should be allowed to expect to work their professional shift without having to fear someone placing their hands on their body. This should be 100% the protocol and luckily, in most cases, it is. However, this Russian server had the extreme discomfort of having to deal with one of these self-righteous pervs try over and over again to touch her when not explicitly requested to. It's pretty inspirational, really, the way she denies this dude not once, but twice, as he clearly has issues fathoming the no-go hint first grope around. You see, he tries to shove money down her shirt and when she pushed him away, he goes for a butt-grab. Since things were clearly going so well first try.
Doesn't really look like much at first, right? Keep watching...
Far from harmless! I love the server's quick reaction. She is tough, clearly. Sadly, it doesn't end there, as he makes another grab.
But it's not like she's going to let that go. Obviously.
Dayyyum. I mean, that guy honestly probably deserves a much more severe ass-beating. He didn't stop when explicitly denied early on, so he tries again. And when that doesn't work, either, he chases her down? Nope, no. I sure how he gets banned from all restaurants forever. Here's the whole succession in its entirety:
This is maddening. How does this man think it's totally acceptable to grab a woman's body in her place of business—let alone any locale? Despicable, to say the least.
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