Maggie McGarry’s Looking for Two Women Who Destroyed Their Bathroom

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A reader sent this to me over the weekend. Apparently some women got drunk enough a fews nights ago to think it was a good idea to use one of the sinks at Maggie McGarry’s as a trampoline. See the FB post below:

The text says:

To the 2 ladies( the one in black & white in particular ) who thought it would be a great idea to pull on , then jump on and consequently snap off 1 of our sinks in the ladies toilet on Friday night.
A witness came forward and pointed you out before you left. We have since pinpointed you with our in-house camera recordings.
Don’t want to go to the police but we will unless you contact us privately by this Tuesday. Pay for the repair and we call it a drunken act of idiocy and call it quits.
Don’t contact us and we will see where the chips fall ….

This is at very classy way to deal with a shitty situation. If you know who these women are give them a heads up. Let’s help Maggie McGarry’s with this situation.

If you have any information about this please holler at the folks at Maggie McGarry’s.

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