Chinese eatery weighs its patrons to decide whether they get a free meal
This restaurant in China is pretty sexist. Women, if you weigh less than 5 stone or 6 pounds (approximately 30 kg), your meal at Na Huo, a restaurant in China will be free
Chongqing: This restaurant in China is pretty sexist. Women, if you weigh less than 5 stone or 6 pounds (approximately 30 kg), your meal at Na Huo, a restaurant in China will be free.
The staff weighs every patron who enters the restaurant. Representation pic
Men, however, can watch their waistlines expand and their bill decrease at the eatery. Fatter the men, the better discount they get. And, when they weigh 22 stone, they can even eat for free. A promotional offer at the restaurant says: “Na Huo restaurant cares about fat people and thin people. Bring your fat or thin friends, eat for free.”
The restaurant staff will weigh you before you eat, to see whether you qualify for free food. Men don’t need to worry about losing weight and can eat as much food there as they like without worrying about losing their deal. If the women gain weight before their next visit, they’ll have to lose it again to get the meal for free.