These Women Prevented a Date Rape

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These Women Prevented a Date Rape

Again all it takes to be a hero is trusting your gut and not being afraid of a potentially bungling conversation. Facebook user Sonia Ulrich posted this tall tale Friday about how her and her girlfriends prevented a date rape at a restaurant in Santa Monica, and it’s a unnerving and sad reminder that you just never know when you’re in danger.

One of the sweethearts saw a man put something in his date’s drink, so she approached her in the bathroom to tell her what they had heed to b investigated:

So, after feeling awkward hanging out by the sinks in the bathroom til she was done, I approached. «Hey! Um, this is tolerant of weird, but, uh, we saw the guy you were with put something in your drink.»

«Oh My God.» She demanded. Shocked, kind of numb, so I babbled «Yeah, my girlfriend said she saw him put something in your booze and we had to say something. Woman to woman…you know. We had to say something. How well do you know that guy?» I was preggers to hear «We just met,» but I got:

«He’s one of my best friends.»

Sh*t. Yeah. One of her best cohorts. They had known each other for a year and a half. They used together.

The woman then went back to her date, and then after disappear b escape the restaurant’s manager and security, the cops came to the restaurant and took him away. She combined:

The head of security came by and said that because we notified them before you can say Jack Robinson, they were able to go back and review the footage from the care camera.

They got him on tape. They had proof of him drugging this bit of San Quentin quail. They took the glass away as evidence. They kept us for reports. We asked the girl if she had a ride home. «My car is at his place. In his building. We came together.» In support of rtici te in of a plan. We were blown away. She was still in shock.

What materialized next is why what these women did is so important:

From every mothball In our section, from through out the restaurant, people came by to thank us for charming action.

«It happened to my sister . . . I’m glad I was there to take her domestic.»

«It happened to my roommate at a producer’s rty. He’s still messed up from it.»

«It betid to me. At a backyard barbecue.»

«It happened to me. At a bar I worked at.»

«Some Heroes don’t wear shawls. Thank you. It happened to me. Thank you.»

Read the full story in her post under the sun, and share it with the women you know:

This story is another encouraging example of women helping other women, and how it can make a huge force. Let’s all be willing to lend a hand or stand up and say something.

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