A Restaurant Lets People Eat Free . . . If They’re Good Looking


This restaurant can only exist in China, where there aren’t any laws . . . because in America, this place would be sued within 27 seconds of opening.

A Korean restaurant in Zhengzhou, China called Jeju Island just opened and has a hell of a gimmick: You can eat free . . . if you’re GOOD LOOKING.

When people walk into the restaurant, they’re photographed. Then a group of local plastic surgeons judge their photos . . . I guess they don’t have anything better to do, or use it as free advertising?

And the first 50 attractive people for the day get their meal for free.


(The Telegraph)