Regulars will know I’ve done this story in a BBC report already but the Herald version is even more farcical.
Senior New Reporter, Martin Williams, tells us:
Pub and restaurant owners are furious that “bombshell” guidance over social distancing indicates that they need to have 11 foot long tables.
Leaving aside that it’s just one restaurant owner who clearly missed the Primary 5 Mathematics class on tessellation (tiling), our Furniture Correspondent, Margaret Robertson (91), suggests this admittedly highly complex solution:
Will lone restauranteur, Carina Contini of Edinburgh, come back with:
That’s all very well but where will I get staff who can do that kind of thing?!!!
Footnote from Margaret: I’ve done it with trapeziums, (trapezia?):