Shopping mall opens 'husband nursery' for idle men

Are you shopping and you don't want your husband following you around? You can now drop him off at the husband nursery.

 

In order to create a more pleasant shopping experience for both sexes, a shopping mall in Shanghai mall has recently opened an innovative new facility -- the "husband nursery."

Located in Qibao, Shanghai China, the magical room has magazines, newspapers, a TV and at least four chairs including one massage chair where men can relax and refrain from shopping.

What a brilliant idea to keep idle men busy. Just add free food and free wifi and Nigerian men are finished.

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