When come to eating at Foodcourt in Singapore during peak period like lunch, most Singaporeans have a way to secure a seat before going to order their meals. The most common item left on the table is usually a small pack of tissue papers. This is to alert people that a particular seat is taken.
During lunch today at Food Republic in Suntec City, people were using more unusual and not too common items to chope (reserve) a seat at the table. Po Chai Pills was one quirky item. Po Chai Pills are Chinese medicine for stomach upsets. Together with Po Chai Pills, a larger pack of tissue was also used in this occasion.
What else was used to chope seat?