Additional fees for those sitting in the shade in Spanish restaurants!

Media reports stated that “Spain issued a controversial law that gives restaurant owners the possibility of imposing legal additional fees on their guests who sit in the shade.”

The British newspaper “Daily Mail” noted that “The regional government of Andalusia, which is one of the hottest provinces in the country, has given restaurants the authority to set “different prices” for tables, depending on where they are located, whether in the sun or in the shade.

“Restaurants will be able to charge additional fees for meals served in shaded places, as long as customers are informed in advance,” said Ruben Sanchez, spokesman for the Vacua Consumer Association.

In contrast, restaurants and bars will not be able to charge additional fees for a table being in front of a certain view, and may face “reports and penalties” if they violate the rules.

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