Owners of Restaurants are getting in touch with the Health Department as they are tired of having to serve dirty customers.
Restaurants are inspected regularly, and closed down, if they fail to maintain a clean environment. Restaurant owners are now asking that customers be regulated under the same laws.
It is reported that some really disgusting looking and foul smelling people are visiting upmarket restaurants. They have to be served and cannot, under current legislation, be discriminated against by being turned away.
Many restaurants are, as a result, losing 'clean' clientèle because they cannot stand the stench - leaving their meals uneaten, and unpaid for.
Video footage shows that the 'dirty diners' come in, sometimes dragging four or five children behind them. Some babies obviously in need of a change, and toddlers are seen picking their noses and wiping their 'findings' on the crisp white tablecloths.
Despite charging increasingly high prices for food, these supposedly poverty-stricken customers are still managing to foot the bill thanks to very generous welfare payments from the government.
One of the measures being suggested by the restaurateurs is insisting that a small portion of welfare money be spent on soap and water, if nothing else!