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Bartender Creeped Out By Customer's 'Strange' Request

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Bartender Creeped Out By Customer's 'Strange' Request

A bartender has shared a video of an unusual exchange with a customer after they put forward a 'strange' request, leaving other TikTok users shocked by their sheer 'audacity'.

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Bartender Kayla Elick, 22, posted a video on TikTok (@chickfillkayyy) with the caption: "It was 10 am."

She had recorded herself as she spoke to a customer from behind the bar, with the man heard asking her to show him a body part.

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"Can I see your feet just once," the stranger - who cannot be seen in the video - says.

Elick replies: "My what?"

The man then repeats: "Your feet."

Elick asks again: "My feet?"

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Credit: TikTok/@chickfillkayyy
Credit: TikTok/@chickfillkayyy

Confused, she then appears to lift up her feet slightly to the man, but he tells her: "No. Those are shoes."

Putting down her feet - so to say - Elick then says firmly: "I'm not pulling out my feet?!"

The video has racked up 3.8 million views and more than 346,000 likes - along with thousands of comments about what went down, with people saying the customer's behaviour was 'freaky'.

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One person said: "Bruh... people strange."

Someone else wrote: "The audacity guys have nowadays... I'm usually too shy to even ask for napkins if not given one at the bar lmaoo..."

A third said: "10am? Jesus, too early for that. I'm sorry you have to go through that."

Others noted the 'aggression' in the man's request, while others said he had 'no chill'.

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"If you like feet, odds are you're a creep," one added.

Credit: TikTok/@chickfillkayyy
Credit: TikTok/@chickfillkayyy

Someone also shared a similar experience they had while using a dating app, saying a stranger had asked about their toes.

"A guy on a dating app asked me what colour my toenails were painted once," they explained.

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"No hi, hello. Just went with that."

Some people also suggested Elick - who also has more than 12,000 followers on Instagram - should have asked him for money, but it turns out that probably wouldn't have been an option even if she'd have wanted to.

In a comment in the TikTok thread, she revealed he didn't even pay up at the bar, saying: "And for everyone saying to charge him $100+ he didn't even pay for his tab."

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@chickfillkayyy

Topics: Viral, World News, News, TikTok

Jess Hardiman
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