Posted: 6 January, 2016
Here’s Why You Should Worry If You're Seated At The Back Of A Restaurant
If you’ve ever been seated towards the back of a restaurant, there’s something you should know.
A new British documentary, Tricks of the Restaurant Trade, is claiming that restaurants prefer to sit good-looking customers near the windows in order to attract others. Meanwhile, they sit the rest towards the back.
Why? Apparently the not-so-goodlooking customers are hidden away so they don’t put others off.
Researchers from the UK sent models to the top restaurants in London. Unsurprisingly, they were seated so they were in full view of the public.
However, when they sent actor Adam Pearson to the same restaurants, he was either led towards the back or told there was no room at all.
Adam suffers from neurofibromatosis, leaving his face covered in tumours. He said “it’s disappointing. The next time you get sat at the back of a restaurant, now you know why.”
According to restaurant owner and celebrity chef Simon Rimmer, it’s all about the money. He revealed, “every restaurant has a golden table where they sit the best-looking customers.
“Good-looking customers attract more people and make you more cash, so you sit them where they can be seen.”
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Everyone else just give up now. This horse is probably the best thing to hit the internet this year.
If you know anyone working these jobs, chances are they could be a psychopath.