So last night I picked up woman probably around 30. She was very drunk. Tried to keep her talking as I don’t want to have to deal with a passed out drunk. The car was dark at 1 AM I think I heard her do a line cocaine. Didn’t say anything because my eyes were on the road and could not verify that is what she did. Shortly after that her words are even more slurred and even more incoherent. 30 minute ride to her home.
So as we arrive at her home my question is knowing walking is going to be a challenge do you assist her into her home or even worse help her if she falls?
She had three shopping bags and I asked her do you need an assistance? She said no. She swayed back and forth across her whole driveway. She entered her town house through the garage. She missed the button to close the garage door about 5 times. One time losing her balance and bumping into a pile of stuff in her garage which stopped her from hitting the floor. She finally got the door to her home open bounces her way in and got the garage door closed. I watched to be sure she got in safe.
I would never want my intentions to be misunderstood or cross some sort of legal liability line. At the same time I would have not let this woman lay in her driveway unable to get up either. Fortunately she was barely able to get into her home on her own this time. If she was unable to enter her home on her own what is your limits in helping her. Again I am a 47 year old male and don’t want my intentions to assist misconstrued either.