Oddly Enough Dining dummies help cafe-goers keep a fashionable distance
Mannequins dressed in clown hats and couture frocks took their seats in restaurants in Lithuania's capital on Thursday to coax real customers back after the coronavirus lockdown and help them out with social distancing.
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