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Ordering an ‘Angel Shot’ at a Bar Could Literally End Up Saving Your Life

The growing popularity of online dating means that people are constantly meeting up with strangers, often in unfamiliar settings.

And while dating sites advertise a fairy tale ending, the reality is that these situations can sometimes be very dangerous — especially when alcohol is involved:

That’s why restaurants all over the world are uniting to form a secret code to help daters in distress.

These coded messages were first formed in England, where women began “asking for Angela” to signal they were unsafe.

Restaurants started putting these signs up in the women’s restrooms to spread the word:

While this movement was first created by feminist group Lincolnshire Rape Crisis in the UK, it has recently moved to the United States.

But in America, the code comes in the form of a shot — the “angel shot,” to be exact.

One such sign hangs in the women’s restroom of a restaurant in downtown St. Petersburg, FL called the Iberian Rooster.

According to Tampa Bay Times, the sign reads something like this:

“Is your Tinder date not who they said they were on their profile? Do you feel unsafe or even just a tad bit weird?”

The sign then encourages women to order an “angel shot” if necessary.

Apparently, there are three different versions of the “angel shot” — and they all mean different things:

  • An angel shot neat = a bartender will escort you to your car.
  • An angel shot with ice = the bartender will call a taxi or Uber for you.
  • An angel shot with lime = the restaurant staff will call the police.

Thankfully, restaurant owner Russell Andrade said no one has had to order the angel shot yet.

Andrade worries if too much attention gets brought to the “angel shot” then it will no longer be a secret:

“I’m surprised to hear people are just talking about this,” he told the Times. “We didn’t put the sign up for any attention. That sort of goes against the point.”

So far this movement seems to be most popular in the U.K. Only time will tell if it will keep spreading in the U.S.

If it does, people will always have an “angel” looking out for them…

From IJR.