Hotel guest shocked after being given official napkin asking to 'meet outside bathroom in ten minutes' | The Sun

A TOURIST was left stunned by a hotel napkin which had some very raunchy messages on it.

They found it while eating at the Tschadun restaurant at Hotel Allegra in Switzerland.

The napkins let the person put their name, star sign and favourite music on it.

However, further down it offers boxes to tick including going for a "coffee, drink or dinner".

The suggestions of location include "here, at the cinema, your choice or my place".

However, there was also an option of "in front of the bathroom in 10 minutes".

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The image was shared on Reddit, with the title "These napkins in a hotel in Switzerland that allow you to give your details to people."

People on Reddit were just as baffled.

One person wrote: "Oh interesting. Yeah 'by the bathroom in 10 mins is pretty wild."

Another said: "I don't know but I'd be worried if anyone picked the last two options without ever talking to me 1st."

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Some people liked the idea, although said only in certain situaation.

Someone commented: "It’s so cheesy that with the right charisma it’d actually work.

"Like, if you filled it out and gave it to someone ironically they’d probably find it hilarious and go along with it."

It's not the first time a napkin has caused controversay.

In 2019, Delta's napkins were branded 'creepy' by customers as they invited passengers to give their number to attractive fellow flyers.

In collaboration with Diet Coke, they were served on flights in the US.

On one side of the napkin, a printed message reads: "Because you're on a plane full of interesting people and hey… you never know."

On the other side, there's a space for passengers to fill in their name and number.

And above that, another message encouraged: "Be a little old school. Write down your number & give it to your plane crush. You never know…"

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But the promotional napkins have not been well received, with many people branding them 'creepy' and accusing the airline of encouraging harassment of other passengers and flight attendants.

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