He may have thought he was being ‘smooth’ at the time. Not anymore.
It’s the kind of crap that hard-working waitresses have had to put up with for as long as there have been waitresses, probably.
Some guy finds her cute and makes a play at her. More often than not, it’s some slobbering innuendo or a clumsy grab at one of her curves.
This guy didn’t even rise to the level of actually making a play at her. He tried to just cop a feel as he slunk past her.
Jerk gets some instant karma. pic.twitter.com/lFOGNf786h
— INSTANT KARMA (@instakarm) July 16, 2018
She was doing her job, waiting tables and working hard. Her back was turned, and she didn’t see him coming.
More to the point, he didn’t see her coming, either.
No sooner had he copped a feel than she grabbed him and threw him around like a rag doll.
It’s good for women to be trained and able to protect themselves from dumbass slobs like him. That was an ‘epic’ lesson he won’t soon forget.
If the daughters, granddaughters or nieces in your life aren’t already prepared for situations like this, grab the book.
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Everyone does that.
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