A bartender has been praised as being a “hero” after handing a woman and her friend a note that was disguised as a receipt.
He had caught the scene in front of his eyes and tried to help the girls as best as he could.
The story becomes viral as the victim, Trinity Allie, had told social media platform, Twitter, how she felt uncomfortable with a stranger’s actions while hanging out in a bar located in St Petersburg, Florida.
Along with her caption on Twitter, she attaches a photo of the bartender, Max Gutierrez, who was the hero in a Hawaiian shirt, that passes her a small clipboard.
In her caption she states, “This man was harrassssing me and my friend and the bartender passed this note to me acting like it was my receipt ! Legit the type of bartender everyone needs”
The note tells her to put her ponytail on the other side of her shoulder as a sign for help. He even says that he will help get the man get removed from the premises if his acts continued.
After posting the picture on Twitter, it has been viewed by a numerous amount of users, gaining 206,000 likes and a lot of praise. Trinity updated the community and explained how the bartender, Max, took the customer out of the bar.
She explains that Max yelled at the creepy guy saying that he needed to “get tf away from these girls who clearly are not interested.” In response, the dude said that “was a little aggressive” and Max responded again, saying that he was “aggresssively hitting on them & you need to leave”.
A lot of online users were praising the bartender’s actions especially because he had been looking out for the girls and helped them stay safe.
One user commented that “we need more men like him protecting us.
” Another post was shared from Trinity, giving an insight of how Max viewed the situation and said that shouting at the customer eventually made him go, although he doesn’t like doing that to others in the first place.He says that “it’s something you just pick up from mentor bartenders.
Eventually you become pretty good at reading people, body language, etc.”