Manila Bulletin|July 15, 2020
“Now our customers stay silent while riding on roller coasters,” a spokeswoman for amusement park operator Fujikyuko told AFP, after the video on riding etiquette for the coronavirus era went viral.
The video features the executives, one in a full suit and tie, the other in a shirt and bowtie, sitting stiff-backed and straight-faced in silence, with only the only sounds coming from the whipping of the wind and the grinding of the rollercoaster.
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July 15, 2020