Drinkers bizarre complaint after going out on traditional pub crawl sparks anger – The Mirror

A man went out in Manchester and visited some “traditional” pubs but what surprisingly upset him, in the social media post he wrote afterwards, has left many people reacting angrily

A drinker's complaint about traditional pubs in Manchester has caused a storm on social media
A drinker’s complaint about traditional pubs in Manchester has caused a storm on social media (

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A drinker who headed out on a pub crawl around some of Manchester’s “traditional” drinking holes made a strange complaint that has gone viral with people not impressed.

If you’re out drinking in Manchester city centre at the weekend, there might be a few things to moan about.

Queuing for the bar or the choice of music perhaps.

But one drinker took to social media to make a bizarre complaint following a ‘traditional’ Manchester pub crawl, reported the Manchester Evening News.

And it’s left people fuming.

The drinker wasn’t happy to be served his beer by barmen with painted nails
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“Been into three “traditional” pubs in Manchester today and on two occasions the barman have had painted nails,” the drinker posted.

“Not what I was expecting.”

It is understood the man had been referring to drinking institutions, the Briton’s Protection and the Peveril of the Peak on Great Bridgewater Street.

The post wasn’t received well with many social media users questioning the drinker about why it mattered.

“Imagine coming to Manchester and being “offended” by men with their nails painted,” one person wrote on Twitter.

Another said: “Britons protection is in my top three UK pubs. National treasure, and happy to compliment the bar staff on their nails.”

One person wrote: “Imagine being this intimidated by some nail polish.

“Oh how I needed a laugh. Imagine being so upset by nail polish,” another said.

Another user wrote on Twitter: “What a really weird thing to be triggered by. I can’t say the colour of bar staffs nails has ever had an impact on my enjoyment of a beer.”

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