Flood waters didn't stop this Thai BBQ restaurant

These diners could get washed away by waves

as they enjoy some BBQ-grilled pork at this Thai cafe

Location: Nonthaburi, Thailand

The Chao Phraya River is full to the brim due to flooding in other provinces

causing big waves to interrupt diners’ meals

The café’s owner says the waves attract customers looking for a thrill

(SOUNDBITE) (Thai) OWNER OF CHAOPRAYA ANTIQUE CAFÉ, TITIPORN JUTIMANON, SAYING:

"What I thought would be a crisis turned into an opportunity. Not only do they love the atmosphere and the BBQ pork and the view of the sunset above the Chao Phraya River, but also the flood became an additional unique factor. I feel so lucky that the customers love the waves, the flood wasn't a challenge for them to come over for leisure."

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