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"It is having a negative implication for our canteen's operation.
From today, the restaurant will only be for people who purchase their food first."The new rule isn't sitting so well with the elderly who relied on the space in Ikea as a meeting place."We've been to fast food outlets like Mc Donald's, but there are barely any peers there," one man identified as Qiu, 86, told Chinese state-run newspaper Global Times. If there is another place in Shanghai where elderly people can gather, we are more than ready to pay twice as much and travel further."But maybe Ikea only has itself to blame.
Many of them simply used the café as a meeting place and did not buy anything.
He ordered two shrimp cakes and a bottle of grape juice, which cost him 20 yuan, or a little less than .
Sun was dressed in a navy blue suit, and wore his dyed black hair slicked back.
Management said they occupied seats for 'extended periods,' 'spoke loudly,' 'spat on the floor,' 'flirted' and had 'quarrels and fights'.
The store posted a notice saying: "From today, the restaurant will only be for people who purchase their food first." The older clientele are up in arms over the ban. An 88-year-old IKEA regular said: "We've been to Mc Donald's and KFC, but there are barely any of our peers there.
“It is having a negative implication for our canteen’s operation.