Northern California cafe offers controversial 50% discount for those willing to toss their masks

A social media video is attracting attention over a Northern California cafe’s controversial promotion that encourages customers to throw away their masks. In mid-March, Fiddleheads Cafe in Mendocino prominently posted a sign in the window of its cafe reading, "Throw your mask(s) in our trash bin and receive 50% off your order." A TikTok video posted of the flyer last week has taken off on social media, reaching at least 39,000 likes and receiving almost 1,700 comments since its posting; animosity toward the cafe has also spilled over onto Yelp, as users have begun trashing the cafe for its new promotion, leading ...

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