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A barman has been branded a true gentleman after making sure a customer kept dry as they made their way home. See for yourself in the video below:
Frankie was on shift at the Pines Cafe Bar in Dublin, Ireland, when a punter was heading home in their mobility scooter this weekend.
Unfortunately, though, the man decided to make his exit as the heavens opened and an almighty downpour drenched the country's capital.
So, not wanting to see the poor chap caught in the middle of it, Frankie came up with a genius plan, pulling up one of the outdoor umbrellas and escorting him home.
In a video posted to the pub's Facebook page, the kindly bartender can be seen holding the giant umbrella above the customer's head as he rides along beside him on the road.
The clip was captioned: "Our Frankie going above and beyond!!"
Since it was shared, users have come out to praise Frankie for going the extra mile - quite literally - for the local.
One person wrote: "Good man Frank lovely staff helpful too."
Echoing the sentiments, another chimed in: "Good man, Frankie."
"Fair play staff are nice and helpful," commented a third.
While another added: "Fair play to him."
But this isn't the first time bar staff have tried to keep an eye out for a punter.
While Frankie helped make sure a customer got home safe and well, a bartender in the US did the same for a woman who was having some trouble with a man who appeared to be pestering her.
Trinity Allie was at a bar in Florida when barman Max Gutierrez spotted she wasn't having a great time.
Reunited w/ max the bartender @ the scene of the crime :joy::movie_camera::camera_with_flash: pic.twitter.com/hFFT9zbp6B
- trinity:crown::sparkles: (@trinityallie) June 22, 2021
Quick-thinking Max decided to take action, and handed her a note telling her he had his eye on what was going on, suggesting a subtle signal Trinity could send if she wanted him to intervene.
And the pair met up again following the incident recently, with Trinity thanking Max for helping her out.
Posting a snap of the pair together on Instagram, she wrote: "Reunited w/ the legend himself #maxthebartender back @ the scene of the crime."
The reunion, which was filmed by WFLA, saw Max embrace Trinity and lift her up, while he told her: "So good to see you!"
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