Published: Sat, July 21, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Waitress Caught on Video Tackling Man Down After Groping Her

Waitress Caught on Video Tackling Man Down After Groping Her

A Georgia waitress absolutely owned a male customer who thought he could get away with groping her rear end as he walked out.

The incident happened June 30 around 11 p.m.

Holden immediately turns around and chases after the man, grabbing him by the back of his shirt and puts him in a headlock. "Also I am NOT I repeat NOT interested in doing interviews on the matter", she said.

"I'm 115 pounds. I didn't know I could do that", she said. "I've never done that before.I looked at him and I said, 'You don't touch me, motherf--!"

The footage, captured at VinnieVanGoGo's in City Market, shows Emelia Holden, 21, throwing Ryan Cherwinski to the ground after he appeared to touch her buttocks.

He spent two nights in custody before being released on bail with charges of sexual battery.

In the wake of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, you would think men around the nation would be more hesitant about how they interact with women.

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"As soon as the cops saw the CCTV footage, they immediately arrested the man".

Holden said she had first thought it was a friend who was grabbing her as a joke, Inside Edition reported.

"There's been a lot of positive responses to this, but then there's also been the few that are like, 'those shorts are small, ' " Holden told WTOC-TV .

Between Reddit and the video posted on YouTube, she's been getting congratulations from far and wide. "You have every right to wear what you want and you most certainly have every right to defend yourself".

Holden has chose to use her newfound fame for good, and raise some funds for cat shelters.

You're damn right you do. "What I get from this is just how inspiring it is to other women".

They had very few three-pointers to speak of; in other words, they were the opposite of what the NBA is supposed to be today. In fact, not only do they have deficiencies, but they do not even have the tools or resources to resolve those deficiencies.

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