A café owner in England has found a novel way to help his customers remember to have good manners by charging them based on how politely they order.
Chaii Stop, in Preston, Lancashire charges a customer more than TWICE as much if they don’t order politely.
Usman Hussain, opened the shop selling chai, doughnuts, street food and desserts in March this year.
He recently introduced a sign explaining that customers will pay different prices for the same drink depending how politely they order.
The sign explains that saying “A cup of Chai” will cost you $5.50 while “A cup of Chai please” will cost you $3.50.
But “Hello, Can I have a cup of Chai please” will cost you just $2.
Usman said he thinks “it’s a nice reminder to use your manners, because unfortunately sometimes we do need reminding.”