Almost 400 people bought coffee the next in line in the US Starbucks

Almost 400 people bought coffee the next in line in the US Starbucks

The St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg), Florida, about 400 people bought coffee to strangers, moving them in a queue to Starbucks avtookoshku, reports Tampa Bay Times. It all began on August 20 at 7 am (local time), when one of the buyers paid for a drink following the driver it. He continued the chain, which was interrupted after 11 hours on the 379 visitor.

Every time a barista coffee gave it clarifies that he has already paid the person moving in the previous car and offered to do the same. The chain broke girl arrived in a white jeep, which, according to the staff of the restaurant does not seem to understand the meaning of the action. She said she wanted to pay only his coffee.

Almost 400 people bought coffee the next in line in the US Starbucks

After about stories told local media, residents decided to continue the action the next morning, but the chain has been broken again at 12 am local time. As it turned out, it deliberately did Shorch blogger Peter (Peter Schorsch).

He explained his action by the fact that the people involved in the action not because of good intentions, but because of feelings of guilt, which causes them to "repay". The blog Shorch wrote that he left a hundred dollars barista tips to avoid being considered greedy.