A lot of offensive situations happen at buffet restaurants – where you pay the right amount and then eat to your heart’s content. Recently, a seafood buffet restaurant in Thailand continued to post about an unacceptable incident that happened in its restaurant. Specifically, this restaurant made a plea to all diners: “Our shop has been open for 8 years. Everyone please don’t act like this. I really don’t know what to say, whether it’s our shop or any other shop, please don’t do the same thing.“.
Along with an angry status line, this restaurant also posted a picture showing the unbelievable scene that the staff found in the trash when the customer finished eating and left. The shrimp and squid were cooked, and even the fresh sea crab was thrown away. The restaurant believes that because customers order too much food, can’t eat it all, afraid of paying a fine, they secretly dumped all the fresh food into the trash.
Shrimps and crabs are intact and delicious like this, but they have all been thrown in the trash
The restaurant’s post quickly attracted the attention of many netizens. Thousands of people “roll their eyes” when they see the excessively wasteful images. Netizens simultaneously criticized this customer’s uncultured, offensive and ugly behavior. Indeed, for food business people, such a sight must have made them only “feel sorry” but could not do anything.
“Oh my god, such delicious food is thrown away mercilessly, so selfish and greedy”, an opinion of netizens left.
“Many people out there don’t even have anything to eat, but you have the heart to throw such fresh seafood in the trash, what an unbelievable waste.”, a netizen voiced criticism.
To prevent food from being wasted, the restaurant introduced a law to impose an additional fine if there was an excess of food, but customers “circled the law” full of objections.
It is known that after the incident that day, this restaurant increased the number of surveillance cameras to avoid encountering a similar situation. In addition, when paying guests, employees are also required to check the trash once to make sure they are not cheating like that.
In fact, in Thailand, stories like this happen very often with buffet restaurants. Recently, a Japanese cuisine buffet restaurant also discovered the behavior of throwing leftovers such as salmon and tuna into the toilet to not be charged extra. The image shows that this customer repeatedly went to the toilet in an unusual way, making the staff suspicious and eventually caught red-handed.
The image was found in the toilet of the buffet restaurant