A restaurant owner has offered women a discount on their bill if they wear short skirts.
In a controversial move to attract more female customers, the eaterie in China’s Shangdon Province offers 90% off for women prepared to wear miniskirts shorter than 33cm above the knee.
To determine what discount a woman will get, there is even a doorman who checks skirt lengths with a tape measure.
The move has received mixed read online, but a spokesperson for the outlet claims the restaurant has been flooded with mini-skirted women eager for cheap food since the promotion began.
Many slammed the restaurant for being sexist, taking to social media to air their views.
One, user, AnTsai, complained: ‘I have long, beautiful legs but I will be damned if I am going to let some strange man measure my skirt length for a crappy hotpot #outraged.'
Another, Xin Kao said: ‘You’ll probably find hidden cameras under the tables too. Disgusting and cheap.’
Others were not as concerned, commenting: ‘I don’t see the problem.
‘Clubs also let women wearing short skirts into the front of the queue. It’s an unwritten rule.’
For those who want to protect their modesty, a 20% discount is offered for skirts 8cm above the knee.
A spokesman for the restaurant said: ‘We wanted to do a promotion on our hotpot and we came up with this.
‘Girls like showing off their legs anyway, and now they can get more than just admiring glances from passersby - they can get cheap food too.’