Many of us have fallen foul of a strict bouncer at some point in our lives.
Normally, it’s because you don’t have ID or might have enjoyed a few too many drinks.
Happens to the best of us. No big deal.
But one cheeky pub goer left people in stitches as he decided to take it upon himself to act as a bouncer.
At The Isambard Kingdom Brunel pub, in Portsmouth, a video of him in action on TikTok has racked up nearly half a million views.
In it, a group of women walk up to the door and he asks them to show their ID.
After pretending to look at a few, he jokes: “It’s only so I can add you on Facebook later” before finally admitting he wasn’t really a bouncer.
Lots of people were left in stitches by his cheeky blag.
One viewer commented: “The voice is spot on, why does every bouncer have that voice.”
Another joked: “He got hired three minutes later.”
It follows a mum going viral last week after parents at her daughter’s school accused her of being “morbid.”
Fuming parents accused her of traumatising the reception year pupils – but many people disagreed.
On Reddit, the mum explained how she was asked to create a family tree which her daughter could show off to her classmates.
But she was slammed by fellow parents and even the headteacher for being “morbid” – after she included photos of headstones for family members who died.
In the post, the woman explained that she’d previously lost her son and husband, and many other relatives had passed away over the year.
She added: “Now I’m getting slammed with calls from other parents, the teacher, and the principal.
“They’re appalled that I allowed such a “morbid” report and are saying I traumatised their children.
Meanwhile, another mum went viral after complaining about her sons Paw Patrol calendar.