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Sushi restaurant uses a flying tray at 25mph

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It smells distinctly fishy, but restaurant chain YO! Sushi has claimed it is trialling a flying tray gadget to speed up the delivery of food to its customers' tables.

The Japanese firm says its waiters can now whizz the bizarre iPad-controlled iTray over tables and between chairs at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour, or six times faster than they usually walk.

According to YO! Sushi's boss Robin Rowland, staff at a central London branch will use iPads with a flight control app to make the unlikely-looking tray take off vertically to the height set by the user.

http://www.dailymail...food-25mph.html

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Ohhhhh,somehow this seems like a bbbaddddd idea

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Ohhhhh,somehow this seems like a bbbaddddd idea

What, you don't like the idea of california roll shampoo? lol

I'll take a soy conditioner on the double!

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What, you don't like the idea of california roll shampoo? lol

I'll take a soy conditioner on the double!

Bbbbaaadddd idea

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Interesting. I was just thinking about something like this yesterday whilst I was eating at Jumbo's. (Chinese buffet) The only difference is I was thinking of a system that would take dirty/used plates and zip them back over to a section where they would be cleaned.

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