Cafe under fire for printing menu onto waitresses' chests
A new cafe in Thailand has been criticised for making their staff walk around with the menu printed onto tight-fitting tops.
The cafe in Sri Saket in Thailand, called Baan Peun, only opened on Monday but the unusual 'walking menus' have caused a storm.
The cafe owner hired models to work for the opening and made them wear tight-fitting tops with the cafe's menu on it.
An image of a customer pointing at the menu on one of the model's chest has been heavily criticised in Thailand.
Image via Bangkok Coconuts
The owner has spoken to local media and he said that all his staff wear tight-fitting clothes with the menu printed on it, with the models wearing tank tops while male waiters and baristas are wearing figure-hugging t-shirts.
He also noted that customers are not allowed to touch the models, only point.
According to the report, the owner has said that he is very happy that his 'marketing plan' has worked so well.