A man out on a “traditional” pub crawl in Manchester took to social media to kick off about one very unusual detail – and it’s left people fuming.
Anyone who has been out on a busy Friday night knows there are some well-founded complaints – queue lengths, bad music, being bumped into and spilt on.
But this punter had no issue with the usual suspects, instead, others have labelled his complaint ‘bizarre’.
His post read: "Been into three ‘traditional’ pubs in Manchester today and on two occasions the barman have had painted nails.
"Not what I was expecting."
According to the MEN, the ‘traditional’ pubs the man was referring to were the Briton's Protection and the Peveril of the Peak on Great Bridgewater Street.
However, the post didn’t get the reaction the man expected, as other social media users were fuming and asked ‘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. A 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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