Meanwhile her friends start chiming in and telling her what a wonderful person she is and how she shouldn't put up with how she was treated.
Meanwhile, here is the Rest of the story as posted by the bartender on Facebook. She is a very nice young lady in her late-twenties and has worked at One Block East since it first opened.
I do not have a Twitter nor do I know how to use it. I attempted it this morning but I'm just not knowledgeable enough about it to do what I'm attempting to do, so I'll stick with good 'ol FB.
Last night while bartending, 2 ladies came up to my bar and while I was occupied pouring a draft pitcher, these ladies took it upon themselves to grab my tip jar and put their hands in it. I just so happened to turn around and catch them. Knee jerk response was to yell at these ladies to keep their hands out of my tip jar. Apparently that was very rude to ask them to not do that. I tried telling them that my tip jar was like my purse, and you don't just go putting your hands in someone's purse. Let the loud screaming commence. Here's the fun part. I told the ladies to leave and I was calling JPD (the situation was quickly spiraling out of control) and that was just icing on the cake. These 2 ladies tried fighting me, coming after me, screaming at me. As everyone knows I'm almost 8 months pregnant. My amazing co-worker xxx xxxx, husband xxxxx xxxxx, and some customers all helped me to get these ladies out of the door without them hitting me. They kept running at me, swinging at me, trying to attack me. They kicked over signs outside, were very violent to everyone when all we were trying to do was get them to leave and to not physically assault a pregnant woman. They had to be pushed away and even punched my husband in the face who was trying to protect me. He asked them to take their trashy selves elsewhere if they were going to act like that. JPD arrives and we explain the situation to them and show them the gash on my husband's eye. The police encourage my husband to press charges. JPD witnessed these ladies (the 2 that started the mess, and 2 more of their friends involved) acting like complete idiots and handled the situation like any person with common sense would.
This woman thought my husband was my owner, I'm assuming because he had a tie on and looked the part? We pressed charges, cleaned up the bar and went home.
Woke up to a friend who sent me some tweets that 1 of these ladies tweeted that I will post in the comments.
My reason for this post is simply this: I'd like to thank my wonderful coworkers, husband and customers for standing up and protecting me when I was being attacked for asking someone to not steal from me and to leave the establishment, and to my owner for having my back when it comes to customers being completely out of control. And to JPD FOR BEING AWESOME!
So, Baby Spice @euphorixa (xxxxxxxx), if you're going to post something, please don't leave out the important parts.
Have a wonderful day Bartenders! It is National Bartenders Day!
The owner told JJ the video supports her version of the story. So our little thugette tries to play the race card. The tweets were made around 4:00 AM. The owner told this website it was a customer who made the "ratchet" comment. Stay tuned.