Many owners of bars and restaurants in Britain have been compelled to think of atypical strategies to serve clients in a universe of social separating.
However, while table service, cleaning stations, and one-way systems have gotten fundamental to the bar experience, one proprietor has gone above and beyond to ensure staff and clients: the establishment of an electrified barrier.
Jonny McFadden, proprietor of the Star Inn in Cornwall, said that the electrified barrier has so far been compelling in helping his clients keep up their separation since bars and eateries revived in the U.K. prior this month.
"If I had put a little bit of rope there, I don't think anybody would have taken this much attention," he said. "I run a very small bar. Everybody is accustomed to sitting at the bar, pushing at the bar. They can't do that now. Things have changed."
"People are like sheep," he added. "Sheep keep away, people keep away."
McFadden said he'd been guaranteed the fence was totally legitimate if satisfactory alerts are given and keeping in mind that the fence is turned off, clients despite everything had the "fear factor" to ensure they consent to the administration's direction on social separating.
"There is a serious point to it," McFadden said. "We've all got to keep social distancing."