Japan's first naked restaurant will reject overweight people

Japan's first naked restaurant will reject overweight people, guests with tattoos and of a certain age.

Japan's first naked restaurant will reject overweight people

Japan's first naked restaurant will reject overweight people.

A diner called The Amrita, which allows people to strip down to feast, has admitted it will not open its doors to anyone overweight, tattooed, or to anyone under 18 or over 60, according to the Telegraph online.

The restaurant is due to open on July 29, but has posted a list of regulations on its website that prevent certain body types from entering its premises.

Anyone that weighs 33 pounds more than the average weight for their height will be refused entry, and management even reserve the right to fetch a pair of scales if there is any doubt.

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