Lesbian Restrained and Beaten Outside Bar, Told To Take a Hit Like a Man
Julie Ward and some of her girlfriends got more than just drinks when they went out to The Bunkhouse, a bar in Weir, Texas over the weekend. Way more. Like, restrained and beaten by both women and men, type of more.
According to Ward, things took a turn for the worse as she and her friends were leaving.
“As we came outside into the parking lot, we were followed by the patrons of the bar and our arms were held back by women and we were beaten by men. A man told me if I was going to look like a man, I better be able to take a hit like a man, and I was punched in the face at that moment and hit the ground,” said Ward.
The wife of an employee of The Bunkhouse Bar & Grill told reporters that no such hate crime had occurred, and that the girls were just roughhousing. Again, the type of roughhousing where a woman holds another woman’s arms behind her back so men can beat the hell out of her. That kind of roughhousing.
A detective from the Williamson County Police Department has been assigned to the case. Stay tuned.