Waitress body-slams customer after he groped her, surveillance video shows

Waitress body-slams customer after he groped her, surveillance video shows

Surveillance cameras at a Georgia restaurant reportedly caught a waitress flooring a handsy customer who walked behind her and grabbed her buttocks.

Holden told People that Cherwinski said he was just trying to move her out of the way and claimed he barely touched her, but police arrested him once viewing the surveillance footage.

She quickly grabbed the back of his shirt, put him in a choke hold and, with a 60-pound weight disadvantage, threw him into a nearby table.

Cherwinski, 31, was arrested and charged with sexual battery after the incident.

According to Savannah Now, the incident took place on June 30 at around 11 pm.

"I honestly didn't even give it much thought", Holden told Inside Edition. "I've never done that before". "Also I am NOT I repeat NOT interested in doing interviews on the matter", she said.

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"Once the police saw the video, they immediately arrested him".

Restaurant manager Rob Gitten said "we're all proud" of her. Cherwinski's attorney, Tina Marie Hesse, declined to comment.

She then berates him in front of other customers before telling co-workers to call the police. "I was like, 'no, you're not going anywhere".

A waitress at a restaurant called Vinnie Van Go-Go's, in Savannah, Ga., served up a whooping to a disrespectful patron.

She continued: "All that I want from my experiences is for women to know that it's okay to stand up for yourself. You also have the right to wear whatever you want without having to worry about being groped". "She would have been well within her rights to smash him a couple more times", another said.

And the waitress has now chose to use her new-found fame to raise money for cat shelters. "I'm just happy that it was handled".

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