Restaurant's Math Problem Is Only Way To Get On Its WiFi
There's nothing worse than trying to Instagram a glorious food porn photo of your meal only to discover that you can't access the restaurant's password protected WiFi network.
If you ask me, I'm pretty sure some establishments actually get some sort of sick enjoyment out of withholding the WiFi password from their patrons.
However, one Thai restaurant in San Antonio, Texas is using its coveted WiFi password to torture its customers in a completely new way.
Yep, if you're looking to access the internet during a dinner date at Yaya's, you better bring a calculator along with your appetite.
Apparently, the only way to get the restaurant's WiFi password is to find the answer an insanely hard math problem scribbled on the wall.
That's right. There's a sign on the wall that lists the "Wi-Fi Password” in the form of a complicated mathematical equation that customers find pretty much impossible to solve.
In a desperate attempt to get this damn WiFi password, one Reddit user named Joshua_Glock posted a photo of the equation online and asked the math wizards of the internet for a little help.
Since then, hundreds of people have put their brain power to the test in an attempt to help this frustrated guy out.
However, it appears that not even the almighty internet can come up with the right answer for this ridiculous WiFi equation.