By Jordi Lippe and Jordi Lippe-McGraw
June 10, 2016
Nude Restaurant Turns Away Tattooed, Elderly, Overweight
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With the incredible popularity of London's upcoming naked restaurant, Japanese entrepreneurs are hopping in on the trend. This au naturel dining experience, however, comes with a catch.

Diners who are overweight, or tattooed, or over age 60 are discouraged from attempting to join on the fun.

The Amrita restaurant, which is set to open in Tokyo on July 29, is asking "anyone more than 15 kg [33 lbs] above the average weight for their height to refrain from making a reservation.”

The official website also notes that the owners can actually weigh potential patrons to see if they make the cut. To add salt to the wound, because the meal is paid for in advance, any individuals kicked out for being overweight won’t receive a refund.

There’s also an age limit, as only people aged 18-60 are allowed to dine. Oh, and people with tattoos (even ones covered by clothes? who knows) aren’t allowed.

Oh, and it should be noted that patrons who pass the requirements do in fact have to wear paper underwear during the meal. No cameras, phones, or touching of other diners is allowed.