Restaurant uses parachutes, PayPal to deliver sandwiches


A lady eliminates the parachute from her simply-landed “jaffle,” a toasted sandwich common in Australia.

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Waiters are so remaining century. These days, sushi is flown to your table by way of a quadcopter and beer is dropped out of the sky from an octocopter. Now, a new pop-up restaurant in Melbourne, Australia, has brought any other, albeit much less excessive-tech, means of meals supply: sandwiches that parachute a couple of tales down to buyers ready on the side road.

The novel nosh drop is the brainchild of David McDonald and Adam Supply, who make the toasted sandwiches, known as “jaffles,” after folks order and pay for them by way of PayPal on their Web site. The consumers then stand on an “X” on the sidewalk and wait for their meal to drop down like mana from heaven. The areas exchange, and buyers are stored up to date by the use of Fb. The firm is fittingly referred to as Jafflechutes.

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