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A bouncer has been slammed over a note they left for a punter they took home.
The printed note - which was shared on Reddit - says 'DON'T PANIC' in a large font across the top, before adding: "There's paracetamol in the top drawer and bottled water on the side. The bathroom is straight across from you."
The note then goes on to answer a series of questions, the first being: "Where am I?"
It explains: "In the spare room of the bouncer you were talking to last night.
"You weren't in a state to be left alone, wouldn't/couldn't get in a taxi, and none of your friends were answering the phone."
The note then details the whereabouts of various belongings, including their phone, 'tightfitting jewellery' and clothes they 'threw up on' - which the letter said were now being washed.
The bedside note closed by answering the question: "What now?"
It said: "Whatever you like, sneak out without a word (follow the road downhill to the city centre), or stay in bed, there's clean towels on the bannister, possibly food in the fridge, a sticker with the WiFi password on it somewhere in the living room, Netflix on the TV and the dog loves to be played with."
So, what would you make of that if you woke up in an unfamiliar bed with a thick head and an absence of memory? 'Thank goodness, I was saved by an angel on Earth', or 'Oh my life, what have I done, I'm clearly going to be here forever now'?
Well, the note was posted along with the caption 'Wholesome bouncer'. However, judging by the responses, it seems people think the note is creepy, not wholesome.
One person commented: "Considering the font, design layout, and how specific the content of the message, it seems he's a pro at bringing people home. I'd panic!"
Another agreed: "Seeing the words DONT PANIC would immediately make me panic if I woke up in a strange place without my personal belongings on me and with some of my clothes gone, unable to remember what the heck happened and unsure of what happened to me.
"And the people who made this are aware of that too..."
A third wrote: "Hi. I decided that you were too drunk. I brought you to my house, undressed you and put you in a bed.
"Although I've made it abundantly clear that this isn't the first time I've done this, remember one thing. Don't panic. You've only been kidnapped by a person whose job it is to overpower others."
You get the idea.
I suppose the best case scenario would be if this note was fabricated, for some reason - which many people reckon it was.
One person wrote: "I don't know a single door person who would refer to themselves as a 'bouncer' so on that basis I think the whole thing is b******."
Another agreed: "I really, really don't think this is real. Far too many potential issues, far too many reasons why it couldn't work in practice. I think it's something someone thought up as a well-intentioned concept and image. Nothing more."
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