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Woman Defended Over Kicking Drunk Girls Out of Car, Left at Bus Stop

Newsweek logo Newsweek 6/28/2022 Ashley Gale
The internet has backed a woman for kicking out two drunk girls out of her car and leaving them at the nearest bus stop. © dragana991/iStock / Getty Images Plus The internet has backed a woman for kicking out two drunk girls out of her car and leaving them at the nearest bus stop.

In a new post going viral on social media, a woman has been defended after leaving two girls that were drunk at a bus stop after kicking them out of her car.

Submitted to Reddit's r/AmITheA**hole forum, a woman under the anonymous username @u/ThrowRa-ne9in shared her story in order to get the opinions of the "AITA" community. The post has over 4,000 upvotes and 600 comments in 15 hours.

The Redditor began her story by explaining that her boyfriend's friend's girlfriend has never liked her. She always thought the original poster's (OP) boyfriend would get along with her friend better. When the OP was with the girlfriend, she would be negative towards her. She made fun of the Redditor for her appearance, personality, fashion, work and other things.

"My boyfriend and his friend went to a festival together, I was supposed to pick them up after, because they were drinking. I arrived at the parking lot at 3AM to see my boyfriend, his friend, his friend's girlfriend and her friend - yes, the one she wanted to hook up with my boyfriend. I was surprised, but before I could ask about it they get into a car," she wrote.

Things quickly escalated when the unexpected passengers started weighing in.

"Few minutes pass until the girlfriend's friend asked if I'm 'the b-word that stole her loooooove,' which spiralled into them going into a rant about everything that is wrong with me in their eyes, including how my boyfriend could do better. I told them that they are quite brave, considering the state they are in (completely wasted), since I'm driving them home and I can decide to just drop them off if they continue. They dared me to do so. So I did," she continued.

She pulled her car over to the nearest bus stop and snapped at them, telling them to get out. She turned off her car in order for them to believe that she wasn't joking. Her drunk boyfriend began to get annoyed, yelling at them to get out since it was her car, she makes the rules. He even threatened to "drag them out of the car." Eventually, they got out.

The following morning, the boyfriend got upset with the OP, telling her that she shouldn't have kicked them out of the car when they were drunk. She argued that his friend stayed with them, only angering him more.

Have you ever been in a situation where you've had too much to drink and are unable to drive yourself home? You cannot drive home if your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is over .08 percent. There are a few options you have in order to get home safely; per AxleAddict.com, call an Uber or Lyft, call a friend to pick you up or get a ride from the police.


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The biggest night of the year for drinking is the night before Thanksgiving—also known as Blackout Wednesday—due to most people in the United States having off the next day for the holiday. Other popular drinking holidays are Mardi Gras, New Year's Eve, St. Patrick's Day, Cinco De Mayo and Fourth of July, according to a list compiled by the Liljegren Law Group.

"I was told that the girls were drunk, so I shouldn't take to heart what they were saying and that by dropping them off at the bus stop I've put them in unnecessary danger," she concluded, saying that her boyfriend thinks she should apologize.

Hundreds of Reddit users commented on her post, many defending the OP for her actions.

"[Not the a**hole] - is your boyfriend insane," u/AntiqueRooster5880 questioned, receiving the top comment of 8,000 upvotes, "You were being verbally abused (and not for the first time) by this girl while he sat and did nothing. You didn't drop them off in the middle of nowhere, they were at a bus stop with your BF bestfriend. I'd be more concerned with the fact he doesn't see an issue with the way you've been treated. You did the right, NICE thing. Should have kicked your boyfriend out at the same time."

"[Not the a**hole]. I would be questioning why your boyfriend isn't standing up to his friend over very obvious bullying. If she's saying it to your face I can only imagine what she says to him behind your back," u/No-Window6563 warned the OP.

U/commenter23450 explained, "[Not the a**hole] your boyfriend is just as much of an [a**hole] as his friends are. He has done the bare minimum to standup for his relationship with you."

"IF they are going to disrespect you to your face when you are giving them a lift home, then they do not deserve the help. They may have been drunk, but that does not change the fact they meant what they were saying," u/Fun_Two-1414 wrote.

U/Altruistic_Sample449 put it plainly, "[Not the a**hole] dump his a**."

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