Menus Displayed on Waitresses' Bodies

March 23, 2006 12:00 am Last Updated: March 23, 2006 12:00 am

In order to attract more customers, the female supervisor of a restaurant in Jilin Province forces her six waitresses to display the day's menu on their chests and backs.

The supervisor writes the day's menus on small cards of different colors, and then attaches the menus to the chest and back of those waitresses with pins. When customers are seated, the waitress will first lean in a bit to show her chest to them. Then waitresses then have to turn their bodies frequently to show all the customers the different choices on the menus.

There is still uncertain whether or not this will help the business grow. However, the practice has already brought about a lot of dispute. Some female customers believe this “special service” is a serious insult to women and unacceptable.