RAW VIDEO: Bartender hits male who refuses to compensate for water
A barkeeper hits a male who refuses to compensate for a bottle of water.
Police are questioning after a male claims he was told by bar staff to leave a UK pub – since he refused to compensate £1($1.27) for daub water.
A video shows Jonathan White, 25, seeking a womanlike barkeeper for a potion of daub H2O in a Clock Hotel pub to swallow his medication.
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Cabin organisation White, out with his companion Shaun, claims a blonde barmaid told him to compensate £1($1.27) for a H2O or leave a pub.
In a video he regularly asks if she is refusing him H2O “even yet I’ve got a medical condition” (depression), during a pub in Hebburn, North Tyneside, during 9:45pm on Jun 15.
The barmaid can be listened saying, “If you’ve got a medical condition, you’ve gotta go home.”
After White insists that he needs H2O to take his antidepressants, she afterwards says “you can fasten us as most as we like” before appearing to appropriate during his phone.
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Jonathan was “shocked and upset, and already vulnerable” – and immediately reported a occurrence to police.
Northumbria Police has asked anyone with information to get in touch.
The video shows Jonathan White, 25, seeking a womanlike staffer for a potion of daub H2O in a Clock Hotel, Hebburn, North Tyneside, on Jun 15.
He said, “I was concerned and scared. She wasn’t ostensible to be charging us anyway for daub water. When we lifted this with her, she done me feel unequivocally vulnerable.
“I was done to feel foolish and uncertain around her. Shaun suspicion she was nasty. we even told her that I’d bought dual pints, and afterwards she strike me.
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“I couldn’t see because she wouldn’t usually flow me a potion of H2O for my medication.”
Jonathan pronounced he was astounded he was being charged £1($1.27) for daub water, and claims that he brought usually dual pints’ value of money with him.
He pronounced he doesn’t possess a contactless withdraw card, and his American Express label wasn’t working.
A orator for Northumbria Police said: “Shortly before 10pm, Jun 15, military perceived a news of an attack during a Clock Hotel, Hebburn.
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“Enquiries are ongoing and anyone with any information is asked to hit military by job 101 and quoting anxiety series 1217 15/06/19.”
The Clock Hotel has been contacted for comment.