Surprise! Fit birds get hired as barmaids

A bar in Benidorm has been slammed after posting a recruitment advert telling women they must be single and wear heels to be hired.
The online post calls for ‘good looking, fit girls’ – but warns that those ‘with jealous boyfriends’ should not bother applying.
The advert – which was uploaded by beachfront bar Richard New Look – has sparked a fiery backlash with women branding the advert ‘discriminatory’ and ‘denigrating’.
The venue’s Facebook page has now been hijacked by furious feminists who are attempting to drag down its rating to ‘one star’ by posting dozens of angry reviews.
The advert said: ‘We’re looking for girls, 18 years plus, good-looking and with good physique, lots of experience making drinks and good with people.

Reality is such a shock to some people, isn’t it?

Of course, usually you try to hire one or two who can actually pour drinks as well but that’s near optional dependent upon the type of bar.

23 comments on “Surprise! Fit birds get hired as barmaids

  1. So they’ve branded an advert that proudly discriminates in favour.of good looking girls “discriminatory”. I discriminate against dumb birds as well.

  2. one of the harridans even accused bar of being racist. Should have included islamophobic for sjw bingo

  3. “The venue’s Facebook page has now been hijacked by furious feminists who are attempting to drag down its rating to ‘one star’ by posting dozens of angry reviews.”

    We know what to do, chaps…

  4. The online post calls for ‘good looking, fit girls’ – but warns that those ‘with jealous boyfriends’ should not bother applying.

    This is thoroughly sensible. They’re not saying they should be single, but they don’t want some knuckle-dragging boyfriend turning up with his mates and kicking off with anyone who smiles at her. The bar has probably learned this the hard way.

  5. I think they have hit on an important social issue. A vital one that needs further and deeper study.

    Although it would be arduous and grueling work, I am willing to volunteer to examine in great detail the world of the young, fit, barmaid who lacks a jealous boyfriend. Perhaps I could get a research grant and be appointed Professor of Practice somewhere nice. Bath has a university doesn’t it?

  6. This is discrimination against males. Why are “furious feminists” complaining? Are they blondes?

  7. Few things gladden a man’s heart more than the conviction that the serving wench has a glint in her eye and isn’t shy about you knowing it.

  8. Nothing to stop these feminists opening their own appropriately staffed bar – perhaps called Munters? – to exploit a hitherto unmet gap in the market?

  9. Guess where every hormone laden 18 yo is heading to on their Benidorm lads holiday…………

  10. @BraveFart,

    Very funny!

    That said, it is always quite telling that nobody ever stops lefties from putting their money where their mouth is but unless its somebody else’s money, they never do.

  11. Once again, an obscure business gets a huge amount of free publicity and media exposure for minimal effort by trolling the SJWs. You might think that the leftist outrage junkies would eventually begin to notice that they are being used, but perhaps they don’t care as long as it gives them another excuse to rage at the world.

  12. You misunderstand, AndrewZ. The point of being an SJW is not to change anything (to do that might require leaving behind the couch and the remote control), it’s to signal your virtue. Once that duty has been done, you can return to a well-earned snooze.

  13. The No.3 in Blackpool at one time had 23 current or former Page 3 girls working behind the bar (along with the regular staff), the place was heaving with very attractive girls trying to pull all the hunky blokes who turned up.

  14. BobRocket – darn, I moved away. The No.3 was my preferred watering hole.
    Missed all the fun.

  15. Well, I for one have a strenuous objection to the bar’s advert. FFS! High heels! Everyone knows there’s nothing more remarkable than a tall willowy blonde with a prominent rack – in micro shorts, a tight T-shirt & roller blades – swooping around the place. If the odd splash of liquor gets on the T-shirt – requiring copious dousing with chilled water to avoid staining & resulting in perkiness – so be it. Unavoidable hazard.

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