Anonymous asked: Have customers ever followed you home? Are you ever afraid of this happening?
Never happened to me, but it’s a possibility. I have a safety plan if it does ever happen.
I dealt with this a couple of times. Your best bet is if you even suspect that someone is following you home, drive back to the club and call them on your way there and tell them you’re coming back because someone is following you. Most club owners and employees stay an extra few hours to clean up/count earnings etc. Once whoever is following you realizes that you caught on or you’re driving back to the club they’ll stop. If not, and they follow you back to the club, then a bouncer or someone there will be able to tell them to stop. That usually scares them off.
Never walk to your car alone, although most clubs have a bouncer walk you out.
These men follow us home because our job is to basically flirt with them and give them false hope, so they believe that we then owe them something and will follow us home. It’s quite a scary thing to deal with and isn’t really avoidable, just make sure you have some type of “plan b” in case the club doesn’t answer the phone, call a friend/family member.
Hope this helps some how.
This is a good tip. My club usually closes soon after I leave, so my tip, if the club is already closed, is to first circle a block to make sure the car is following you for sure. Making four left turns around a block will help you know if you’re being followed. If you are, drive to the nearest police station. If you can’t get to one, go to a 24-hour business like a gas station or Walmart where there are security cameras. Park as close as you can to the front entrance, then run inside and call 911 while keeping and eye on the car. Try to get a license place number if you can. Never lead the person back to your home. Drive around for an hour if that’s what it takes.