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Bartender Secretly Films Customer While He Harasses Her At Work

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Bartender Secretly Films Customer While He Harasses Her At Work

A bartender secretly filmed herself being harassed by a customer. Watch below:

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Kayla Governor was working on an evening shift at Buffalo Wild Wings when the guy came in and began talking to her, asking her to take him back to his hotel room.

Feeling uneasy about the conversation and how it was going, she then began filming him, sharing the footage to her TikTok account.

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In the video, the guy can be heard talking to Kayla, insisting that she come with him and saying that it is the 'least she can do' after he spent so much money at the bar.

She says: "I am not doing that, no."

To which he asks: "Why not?".

"Cause I don't want to," says Kayla.

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Credit: kaylagovernor
Credit: kaylagovernor

"It's the least you could do," he chimes back.

Kayla then asks: "Why?"

"I took good care of you today. You made so much money off me," the guy says.

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Despite his insistence, Kayla continues to bat back his advances, telling him that she has a boyfriend and that she doesn't want to go anywhere with him.

The man then goes on to say that she has 'a lot of fans', explaining that guys in the bar just 'stare at her like weirdos'.

Credit: kaylagovernor
Credit: kaylagovernor

However, he tells her that 'he's different' and 'cute', and is willing to talk to her.

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The video cuts off with the man asking her whether she has drunk alcohol before.

In another post, Kayla answered some questions from people online, some of who criticised her for not calling for help instead of making a TikTok video.

After one person said that it was 'her job' and that bartenders 'dress like hoes', Kayla hit back.

She said: "I don't dress like a hoe at work, and if I did, that is still not my job to let men sexually assault me, and because they tip me I now owe them some thing. What is this comment?

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"I do not choose to come to work and get sexually assaulted, I choose to come to work and pour beer because it's my job and I need to make money."

Featured Image Credit: @kaylagovernor

Topics: Bar, Social Media, US News, Weird, TikTok

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