I am a bartender. Stop assuming that if you order drinks without ice you will get more alcohol.

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Jemima June, who works at a bar in Nashville, Tennessee, left people fighting in the comments after posting a TikTok of the customer interaction this week.

I am a bartender. Stop assuming that if you order drinks without ice you will get more alcohol.

A bartender sparked a debate after reporting a customer’s attempt to add more alcohol to his drink by telling him not to add ice.

Jemima June, who works at a club in Nashville, Tennessee, left people fighting in the comments after she posted a TikTok of the customer interaction this week.

In the viral clip, which has since amassed more than 7.3 million views, a reveler can be heard ordering a blueberry tequila, no ice.

They repeated her request without ice, which Jemima assured her had been fulfilled, before asking, ‘Would you like a DOUBLE tequila cranberry?’

Jemima June, who works at a bar in Nashville, Tennessee, left people fighting in the comments after posting a TikTok of the customer interaction this week.

“Just because you say no ice doesn’t mean you’re going to get more alcohol,” he explained. ‘Double, that means you’re going to get more alcohol.’

While most were supportive of her, some accused her of “sneering” and insisted they just enjoy their less-icy drinks.

“Okay but sometimes we just want more drink not more alcohol so we don’t finish our cup of ice in 5 seconds,” one wrote.

“Hahaha when you literally don’t want your drink to get watery,” added another.

A third person quipped, “Let me have no ice without the attitude.”

However, dozens backed Jemima, saying it was obvious the client was ‘pulling fast’.

“People in the comments pressured on this would NEVER survive as bartenders,” commented one commenter. ‘This is so accurate.’

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“Us bartenders know exactly what it means to have no ice,” added a second person. ‘You knew instantly that your face was like okay, no ice.’

A bartender has sparked a debate after reporting a customer's attempt to add more alcohol to his drink by telling him not to add ice.

A bartender has sparked a debate after reporting a customer’s attempt to add more alcohol to his drink by telling him not to add ice.

They also noted that Jemima’s demeanor was perfectly cordial, despite the customer’s repeated shouts of instructions.

“Y’all freaking out she was nice about that,” one user wrote.

Another TikToker said: ‘As a bartender in a HIGH VOLUME environment, this isn’t even rude. It gets frustrating to get yelled at when you’re doing what you’re told.’

“The people who say you have an attitude have clearly never worked in the industry,” said a third. ‘It happens CONSTANTLY and these customers need to be lectured.’

Some were surprised that the point even needed to be reiterated.

“I’m surprised we still have to say this,” added one.

Jemima has an estimated 975,400 followers on TikTok, and her bartending videos have amassed more than 43.6 million likes.

He has previously gone viral for his incredibly fast ability to open beer bottles, once opening five in less than three seconds.

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Source: tit.edu.vn

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