Dinner in the Sky

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Well technically it can be dinner, lunch, breakfast or any other meal you like, as long as you have the money and can secure a surface of 500 square meters to install a huge crane. Dinner in the Sky offers people the opportunity to turn something ordinary into a unique and memorable event.

 

Dinner in the Sky

Basically you and 21 other people get the chance to enjoy a fine a meal and each-others company at a table suspended 50 meters high in the air by a huge crane. What’s great about this service is that it can be held in any place, be it public (if you want to show off) or private as long as you get the proper authorization.

If you want to impress a special someone with a special diner, this is definitely an option worth considering.

 

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No Need to Flush

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In Taiwan’s most recent hit theme restaurant, (named after the Chinese word Matong, meaning toilet), customers sit on actual commodes. It has been so popular, that the owner Eric Wang, 26 has opened a second branch just seven months after the first

The couple who decided to get married naked in front of 250 guests

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Ellie Barton and Phil Hendicott decided to spend their wedding in their birthday suits. The pair of exhibitionist Aussies exchanged vows in front of 250 guests wearing nothing more than their wedding rings – and a bouquet of strategically-placed roses. Mrs. Ellie Hendicott wore a white, painted on “dress.” The only thing she really wore besides the bouquet was a long white wedding veil. Phil Hendicott wore nothing but a black top hat to cover his manhood. The wedding ceremony was conducted in the morning, live on FM radio to hundreds of thousands of Australians