It’s a concept invented in Japan. Plates of sushi turn on a conveyor belt, without waiters and customers help themselves. This sushi-bar system has been all the rage for about forty years, but lately, sneak attacks have come to sully these enchanted rides. A teenager deposits his saliva on sushi intended for other customers. Another drinks directly from the neck of a bottle of sauce. And that is how a whole country falls into anguish.
“Until now we had not seen this kind of behavior in the restaurant. That’s why it feels like the world has gotten riskier“, reacts a Japanese in the report at the top of the article. “I’ll never eat with peace of mind again“, worries another.