London, Oct 7 : A Japanese restaurant has employed a pair of monkeys to serve their customers.
Kayabukiya, the local hangout just north of Tokyo, have recruited Japanese monkeys called Yat-chan and Fuku-chan and they are paid peanuts for their services, reports the Telegraph.
Fuku-chan, who is the younger one, usually begins the first shift and is quick to hand out customers a hot towel to help them clean their hands before they order their first drinks.
Fuku-chan has only two years experience under his furry belt and his workload is limited to hot towels.
Both monkeys are praised by customers who tip them with boiled soya-beans to enjoy during their down time.