The words ‘Bag a slag, grab a hag’ ran alongside details of the entry price, which included ‘free shots for girls taking part’.
As reported in the Nottingham Post, Angela Rawson – licensing manager at the council – said that the event ‘could bring the city into disrepute’ while ‘inappropriate promotions’ could force them to revoke the pub’s license.
The brakes have been put on a pub’s speed dating night following complaints that its ‘Bag a Slag’ slogan was offensive and its free drinks offer irresponsible.
‘I’d call myself a feminist and just think that people need to take things a bit less seriously.
It’s not meant to offend – it’s meant to promote a speed dating night,’ she said.
What’s more, if that wasn’t enough to impress, Valentine’s day will see a brand-new, one of a kind, event this year. Sign up to our ‘Love is in the air’ speed dating affair on Thursday 14th February.
Participants will join together for a unique, exciting experience in the hope of finding that special someone.
You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.
Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.Simon Gosling, Lecturer in Climate Change and the School of Geography Careers Rep, talks about a unique careers networking event he organised with students last week.Last Friday evening saw the first School of Geography Careers Networking Event.All single ladies are given a numbered table to sit at all night.It's the single men that move around the different tables for each speed date.Ms Rawson said: ‘It wasn’t like other drink promotions because it suggested it was just for one section of people, in this case women, and no suggestion of limit.