I was walking home after work, from the Godiva Festival in Coventry with zauji, from his work at the university.
About being accused of having a gun, the conversation went like this
Lady: Don't point the gun at me.
Me: *smiles* (must be because of my hijab)
Zauji: What gun?
Lady: This gun (shows her finger, and makes sound) poof.
We walked and ignored her.
Lady: Remember if you shoot don't forget to blow it.
We still ignored her. At the end of the road after she disturbed other groups of people, she shouted something about guns again but I didn't get what she said.
I kind of relived what our prophet went through (although this is super minor and isn't really comparable), because he was accused of all sorts of things, by people who used to call him al-amin (the trustworthy) in a very tightly knit community, and he would never reply with anything mean.
In my case, it was a good thing that she was drunk. On one side I can tell there is still Islamophobia going around, despite her being partly conscious. However, at least she's not fully aware of what she's saying. It is very obvious why Islam prohibits us from drinking. You'd lose a lot from drinking, dignity, shame, and to a certain extent you can lose yourself.