Some food vendors have gone to great lengths, or heights, to deliver orders to customers at a university in China.
Vendors have resorted to scaling walls (inspired by these parents in India, perhaps?) after a university in the Heilongjiang province of China banned food delivery vehicles from entering campus grounds.
Campus officials could only watch helplessly as they straddled three-metre high walls to hand packets of food to hungry students. Images of them perched on top have been making the rounds on social media.
According to a notice dated March 23 at the university, the ban was enforced to ensure food and traffic safety within campus.