Those who work in restaurants know how complicated it can be to serve some customers. Many restaurants still use the motto of "the customer is right", although it is not always the case, you have to follow that rule to avoid being fired.
A restaurant in the United States called Tom's Diner, does not believe that customers are always right, and recognizes that customers can be annoying for waiters. The owner of the establishment decided to charge extra cents every time a customer asked a stupid question.
Customers do not seem to be upset with this measure. Many of them decide to upload a photo of their purchase ticket where they are charged an additional 38 cents for a stupid question, the best of all is that they pay with pleasure.
The menu informs customers that they will be charged every time they ask a stupid question. The person in charge of managing the restaurant came up with this idea. Despite being somewhat funny, this measure prevents waiters from getting angry every time customers ask stupid questions.
Tom's Diner is located in Denver, Colorado. It is one of the favorite places of the town, it was even registered as a historical site. Years ago there was a franchise near all roads, now only some establishments are surviving, especially in small towns.
The people of that town eat very often there, but now more often. Now with this graceful westernness, they do not doubt that many tourists will arrive there. Many customers will ask stupid questions just to upload a photo to their social media accounts showing the extra charge.