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Chiang Mai, Thailand

Thailand – One-hour limit for McDonald’s


Via: Bangkok Post

It can be difficult, if not impossible, to find a seat at popular McDonald’s restaurants during peak lunch and dinner hours.

If you look closely, however, not all the customers seated there are simply enjoying their meals. McDonald’s has become a meeting place or even a workplace for independent tutors and their students.

Following customer complaints, the local company is doing something about it.

McThai, the operator of the McDonald’s fast food chain in Thailand, has imposed a new rules:

1. prohibiting customers from loitering in their shops for more than one hour

2. requesting customers to purchase food while using the restaurant seating and to not wait around without buying anything

3. Unattended belongings will be removed from the vacant tables, according to the company’s notice to customers.

4. Customers are urged not to leave items such as laptop computers or cell phones plugged into the electrical outlets for more than 30 minutes at a time. For safety reasons, any use of multi outlet extensions will be prohibited inside the restaurants.


Read more, HERE:


Hey I tell ya what; customers can have my hour cheap; I mean, REALLY CHEAP!



December 20, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , ,

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