Eatery operators aim to change customers’ habit

Numerous mamak restaurants have removed their WiFi and pay TV services to encourage people to finish their meals without delay.

IN THESE times of a pandemic and movement control order (MCO), one of the challenges for restaurant operators is crowd control and getting customers to abide by the government’s standard operating procedures (SOP).

This includes preventing customers from lingering in the premises long after they have finished their meal.

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