BIZARRE scenes involving a dwarf pouring free liquor down revellers' throats have sparked howls of protest from people campaigning against binge drinking.
The bare-chested man - dressed in a top hat - delights cheering drinkers by strutting the bar and providing free shots of Jagermeister at The Saint in St Kilda, Melbourne.
Should bare-chested dwarfs be allowed to provide free alcohol?
The crime isn't the free booze served by a bare-chested dwarf in a tophat. The crime is serving Jeagermeister!!!!!!!!!! I guess serving "upside-down" margaritas would take too long. I'm curious why the health department hasn't chimed in with him being bare-chested. That should fall under the "no shirt, no shoes, no service " - though it probably only pertains to the patrons. Does OZ have "no shirt, no shoes, no service" regulations?
Jeagermeister is evil and reminds me of pig farmers....
The real question is: can anyone serve free booze--or can a dwarf give away anything?
Jagermeister's not so bad... if you have the flu, say.
That should fall under the "no shirt, no shoes, no service " - though it probably only pertains to the patrons. Does OZ have "no shirt, no shoes, no service" regulations?
I bet he was at least wearing thongs, Isa ! And I can only agree coming from the country of Jägermeister - it's yuck!
Free Bombay Gin & Tonics for everyone. I wouldn't even care if the waiter was naked then .