Here’s a poor idea, pun intended.
The Bangkok restaurant that served a million-baht meal “for charity” last year is one-upping itself with an idea guaranteed to make many people want to put their fingers down their throats.
Lebua at State Tower is going to fly very rich people to Surin in Northeast Thailand so they can look at elephants and… wait for it … poor people. After gawking for a short period, it’s back to the airplane, back to Bangkok and a 10 million baht meal. That’s around $300,000, but who’s counting, eh?
No catch. No charity. Gawk at the poor, then pig out. Money is no object — for those involved.
Almost makes you want to have a law.