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April 4, 2016 6:19 PM EDT

For many waitresses, sexual harassment is an unfortunate occupational hazard. But one brewery owner decided to stand up for his employees by banning a customer who he says made “several sexist remarks about the female staff that were working.”

On April 1, Jordan Gleason, co-founder of Black Acre Brewing Company in Irvington, Ind., took to Facebook to explain: The 60-year-old man Gleason refused to serve “told [the waitresses] to their faces that that he liked looking at their tits while they washed dishes, and their asses while they were pouring drinks.” The man was told repeatedly that he was no longer welcome at the establishment, but that didn’t stop him from frequenting it, Gleason wrote. “He came back yet again today, and when told he wouldn’t be served, [he] demanded to talk to a manger.”

In a move that will make women everywhere want to high-five him, Gleason went on to write that he responded by saying, “They aren’t objects, and they certainly shouldn’t have to wear different clothes because he can’t be bothered with showing them any decency or respect.”

You can read Gleason’s entire Facebook post here. So far, it has more than 10,000 shares.

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