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That’s quite a story. I’ve heard there are crooked attorney but that is beyond crooked, it is weird. I don’t have any lawyer stories.
Well, that lawyer just couldn't hold his liquor and started getting obnoxious after a few too many drinks.
Luckily, the bar owner said he had no intention of taking me to court and was finally glad that somebody put that lawyer in his place.
The bartender also said he had to kick the lawyer out several times in the past as well.
No bartender ever wants a regular that regularly stirs up trouble.
He should have removed the man a long time ago.
Who knows? He may have even threatened to take the bartender to court?
But that lawyer had 40 faxes in his office which I presume many others also saw too.
Regardless, I didn't see that lawyer in the bar for the rest of my time there!
I didn't go after him, the bouncer took him out the night he tried to start something with me.
And the day after I sent the faxes to his office, he came to the bar and complained to the owner saying he wanted the owner to take me to court and that he would represent the owner, but the owner didn't want to have anything to do with it.
It was after that, that I never saw the guy again. He probably would have been made a laughing stock if he returned and well, that was the last I saw of the guy! Don't really know what happened. Maybe bartender asked him not to return, I don't really know.
But like I said, the bartender gave me one free drink for the rest of the nights I went there. So who knows... maybe it was me who put the lawyer in his place, but I didn't literally chase him out.
The man was illogical and a bully. It’s good for the bar that he left.
Showtalk said...The man was illogical and a bully. It’s good for the bar that he left.
I hate people who have a chip on their shoulder and constantly dare you to knock it off!