Barmen in a popular Scottish-themed venue have stopped wearing kilts due to the several embarrassment they face from women who often lifted them up and even grabbed their genitals during service.
Speaking up about the strange attitude of drunk women, an employee at Hootananny in Inverness explained that the attacks were usually more intense during the weekends.
Owner Kit Fraser opined that the attacks were ‘pure sexism’, according to Metro UK.
He said, “It may seem funny but it is serious, too – the women are sticking their hands up their kilts.
“Can you imagine if I went into a restaurant and stuck my hand up a girl’s skirt? I would be taken to the police station and rightly so.
“I look after my customers but equally important are my staff. I am not forcing them to do something they don’t want to do.
“We fellows are very, very aware of sexism. I think the women need to catch up.”