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Bartender sees a guy spike a woman’s drink, so he swapped glasses


Bartender sees a guy spike a woman’s drink, so he swapped glasses 

Not all heroes wear capes, some wear a bar apron. This is awesome, a bartender noticed a guy trying to spike a woman's drink, so when the guy wasn't looking, he swapped glasses. The bartender watched as the creep drugged HIMSELF! Alcohol education charity Drinkaware says symptoms of drink spiking can include lowered inhibitions, loss of balance, feeling sleep, visual problems, confusion, nausea, vomiting and unconsciousness. They go on to say that if you witness someone, or encounter someone whose drink has been spiked, that you should first contact bar management and staff to let them know what is going on, then stay with that person while someone calls an ambulance. Do NOT let them leave on their own, or with someone you don't know and trust and do NOT let them drink any more. It's pretty scary out there and it's good to see that good people were there to help in this case. More here

Source: https://www.ladbible.com/

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