Nude restaurant bans fat people and senior citizensBy Mason White 6:40 AM June 15, 2016
By: Tanya Malhotra
A nude restaurant in Japan, has published a new set of rules for its customers.
The Amrita of Tokyo, announced that they will refuse entry to overweight customers and senior citizens as well as to tattooed people.
Those who violate the rule and show up at the restaurant, will lose their payments, which are required at the time of booking the reservations.
When diners show up at the restaurant, they are weighed to make sure that they are under the limit. Diners must be between 18 and 60 years old.
People who are 33 pounds above the average weight for their height, are asked to refrain from making reservations.
Those allowed into the restaurant, are asked not to cause inconveniences to other guests such as touching their nude bodies.
Tattooed customers are also refused entry in order not to disgust tattoo hating customers. When entering the restaurant, diners have to hand in their phones and cameras.
The cost of a seat in the restaurant is $750.
Customers are served by muscle men wearing G-strings, and those sitting on the restaurant’s chairs will have to wear special paper underwear.