Strictly Come Dancing star and Olympic swimmer Adam Peaty’s girlfriend has informed how she was sexually assaulted twice in a McDonald’s restaurant.
Eiri Munro informed her Twitter followers concerning the ordeal which occurred in 2019.
“2 years in the past I used to be sexually assaulted in a McDonalds,” she wrote.
“I went to get assist from the bouncer. His answer was to ask the person who did it to apologise to me after which allowed him to remain on the premises. As soon as the bouncer had left, the person got here again to assault me once more. So f**okay bouncers.”
A response from McDonald’s has been requested.
Ms Munro’s feedback have been in response to calls from one other Twitter consumer for bouncers to be higher educated.
“Bouncers want critical retraining on learn how to hold women protected,” Jodie McCormack wrote.
“Listening to tales of ladies being thrown out of nightclubs onto streets alone for being drunk after they’ve truly been spiked is terrifying.
“No lady must be thrown out of a venue alone whether or not she’s drunk or spiked.
“With the world the best way it’s I simply do not perceive how throwing younger women who should not with it whether or not they’re drunk or spiked onto a darkish road with nobody round continues to be protocol for nightclubs.”
It comes after tons of of individuals got here ahead in latest months to say they consider they’ve had their drink spiked or been injected with an unknown substance on nights out.
Sky Information spoke to 2 ladies who stated they’d experienced black-outs and sickness after apparently being injected.
Nottingham pupil Sarah Buckle confirmed footage of a bruise on her hand the place she believes she was injected, and described “falling out and in of consciousness”.