Your mum or wife have been proven wrong, something you knew was possible all along; a sandwich could actually just fall into your lap without lifting much more than your ‘scroll finger’!
A genius little delivery gimmick by Australian pop-up restaurant Jafflechutes will drop your little sandwich to you right where you are ready to catch it for a duck — definitely more satisfying than catching snowflakes on your tongue.
Dropping your pre-ordered sandwich, attached to its own little parachute, from high rise buildings in Melbourne is the nifty brain child of this restaurant.
Payment is done through PayPal at about $5-$6 and ordered on the Jafflechutes website. In true pirate fashion your bounty can be collected where the X marks your spot. The spot is always somewhere in the Melbourne city center but the exact drop-zone is only revealed on the day.
Owners of the eatery describe themselves as the ‘first float-down eatery’ saying on their website ‘It wasn’t, a thing but it is now. We’re the first.’ And the next step is taking this ingenious way of delivering fast food to the Big Apple.