Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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We don't do that here
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A typical-looking countertop service bell, you know the type. Stainless/nickel plated little bell you tap the top of to ring for service, except this one delivers an electric shock on the 3rd ring within a set time span, user adjustable.
21 Quest, Sep 04 2022


       The first tap will do it. Why suffer two more when you can deter them right from the start. [+]
xenzag, Sep 04 2022

       [+] I’m shocked this doesn’t seem to exist already. It certainly rings a bell when I think of similar pranks (shock pens, lighters, chewing gum, etc).
a1, Sep 04 2022

doctorremulac3, Sep 04 2022

       hezapunster all right
Voice, Sep 04 2022

       I could use one of these for the front desk! Right next to the suggestion box/paper shredder.   

       ...oh, and what [a1] said.   

       Came to me watching Kill Chain last night.
21 Quest, Sep 04 2022

       Makes you wonder if fire alarms should all give people a shock, so people will only pull them in an emergency.
4and20, Sep 05 2022

       + yep
xandram, Sep 05 2022


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