• The margin on pedicure for thick clients infuriated users of the network

  • The network has fought to the beauty salon Rose Nails in Memphis (Tennessee, USA), whose administration raised the price of the pedicure for people suffering from excess weight. It drew attention to the publication the Sun.

    The photo with the sign at the entrance to the cabin, informing about the changes in the price list, published in the Facebook a local resident of Delania Ferguson (Ferguson Deshania). The announcement means that the administration apologizes for the introduction of new rules, but is forced to serve fat people at an inflated price.

    Full customers have offered to pay for the service is $ 45, although the price is the price of 25 dollars.

    In the comments to the post suggest all users to stay away from this salon, because such discrimination is unacceptable.

    "We must not give them a single dollar!" — wrote user Ariel, Gibler (Areil Hibler).

    Many do not understand what exactly different complete people, and why the margin is $ 20.

    The publication contacted the salon owner, but he denied the existence of the poster. Nevertheless, other users and journalists managed to take some pictures that show that the ad was on the door of Rose Nails.


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