It's not that kind of bar.
Authorities in Florida say they arrested two rowdy women on Wednesday after their rejected flash-for-beer money offers led to an alleged knife attack in a restaurant parking lot, according to a Lee County Sheriff's report obtained by The Huffington Post.
Lee County sheriff's deputies arrived at The Waterfront Restaurant in St. James City at approximately 5:21 p.m. after two "disorderly females" -- Alicia Martin, 28, and Kathryn Rayannic, 23 -- allegedly decided to get creative in an attempt to keep their "excessive" bar tab going.
"They were offering to show their boobs for drinks," waiter Shaun Bassett told NBC-2. "We had five guys that were like, 'Please, leave us alone.' They actually went up to tables who had their wives there."
With no takers -- and management hardly enthused -- Martin and Rayannic were asked to leave.
That's when things got ugly.
Two restaurant employees, chef John Miller and a manager Anissa Peterson, attempted to escort the women outside, at which point Martin allegedly "attacked Peterson, by punching her to the back of the head causing her to sustain a lump," according to the report.
The Waterfront employees say they confiscated Martin's car keys.
"Martin screamed at Miller to giver her keys back and then pulled a gray Kershaw, folding knife from her right pocket and charged Miller telling him she was going to stab him," according to police. "Miller who was in fear for his safety retreated and Marin put away the knife and attacked Peterson again."
Martin is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and battery. Rayannic is charged with disorderly conduct.