Can a person be saved from being drugged in a bar?
It’s common, even if it’s unpleasant to accept. The chances of being drugged in a bar is a risk that many people, particularly women, run. In the United States, a bartender managed to save a woman from being drugged.
The Epoch Times tells this brief story of a bartender who published his event in a forum. He says, “I‘m a bartender, last night I saw a guy drug a girl’s drink. When he wasn’t looking, I switched the drinks.” He continued, “I saw him drug himself.”
Although we don’t know the story exactly well, many questions arise around this fact. Why not have simply changed the glass? Why not have warned the girl of who she was with? or, why not have called the police? We don’t know. But this confession has led more bartenders to tell similar episodes in the Whisper forum. In fact, the Daily Mail explains this phenomenon very well in its article on the same subject.
For a not only more responsible consumption, but safer!
At Spirits Hunters, however, we always advocate responsible consumption. It is important for us to emphasize in this pleasant activity that is the act of tasting, which in addition to drinking responsibly, it is important to take care of external factors. In bars, always be attentive to your drink, and do not take it out of your sight.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.
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