Fifty Shades of Grey is causing women in the U.K. to lose their minds after a man was attacked and injured while watching the film at a cinema in Glasgow. Luckily, for him, he escaped serious injury and was not required to visit the hospital.

According to reports, the man was watching the movie at Grosvenor Cinema in Ashton Lane. During the screening, three women aged 51, 38, and 31, were acting in a disorderly conduct. The man then demands them to keep quiet, and that is when these women acted out and slashed him with a glass.

The women in question have been since arrested and could be charged with attempted assault and disorderly offences. It is said all three women were under the influence of alcohol and were also vomiting in the theater.

"I can confirm that an incident occurred on Saturday 14th February following an early evening showing of 50 Shades Of Grey," according to a spokeswoman for the cinema who did not give her name.

"This was an isolated incident that was dealt with rapidly by cinema staff and stewards, as a result of which, Police Scotland attended and made an arrest."

"Despite press reports, nobody was glassed and a wine bottle was not used as a weapon - those involved did not require hospital attention."

Yes, it is true that several media houses have claimed the victim was "glassed" and that blood was on the floors of the theater. This information came from a witness who was on the scene, so either the witness is lying or the cinema wants to keep a clean sheet in the eyes of the public. After all, no one should have been allowed to act disorderly at the theater in the first place, not to mention drinking alcohol.

We can only hope these women face the full wrath of the law for their actions should they be found guilty. Furthermore, it is not surprising that these are the type of women who read the Fifty Shades of Grey novels, and who chose to go out and watch the film.

The whole thing is terrible and doesn't even require to be reviewed by any upstanding movie critic.

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