Drunken yobs 'grab female worker by neck and kiss her face' before trashing restaurant in horrifying attack
7th November 2021

DRUNKEN yobs grabbed a waitress by the neck and kissed her face before they trashed restaurant where she works in a horrifying attack.

Four men last night went on a rampage through the Hispi Bistro in Manchester, swearing at staff and pouring wine over tables and chairs.

Owner Gary Usher has now slammed the customers’ drunken actions after they “caused a scene” and abused staff.

In a video posted to social media he explained:  “Four blokes came into Hispi last night, p****** out of their f****** head.

“They were asked to leave in the first place anyway, they came back, we tried to resolve the situation by just trying to look after them.

“They grabbed one of the members of the team in Hispi to kiss her, she pushed away, so he grabbed her by the neck, and pulled her closer, kissed her face.

“The manager went over and said: “what the f*** is going on, get out”.

“They caused a scene, they wouldn’t get out.

“After an amount of time trying to get these guys out, they got up but not before telling [the manager] and everyone in the restaurant that they they are f****** d******* and everything in front of everyone, and telling them their f******* useless.

“They got up after physically assaulting a member of the team and they got their wine and they poured their wine all over the tables and the chairs before they left.

“If you’re with people being abusive and you’re not f******* stopping it then you are just as much of a c*** as they are.

“I’m sorry about this but people need to f****** know, alcohol is not a f****** excuse to be abusive to f***** anyone. It’s not f***** on.”

In a Tweet the restaurant added: “An incident happened last night at Hispi and we just want to make everyone aware that assault or abuse of any kind; verbal or physical, will NOT be tolerated at Hispi.

“Drunk or sober, the tolerance is zero.

“It is never appropriate to touch anyone unwarranted and there is no justification for this act."

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said they haven't been contacted about the incident.

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