If you’ve ever spotted your waiter making odd gestures with their hands, they could be telling colleagues you’re a VIP, a messy eater or be banning you from ever eating at the restaurant again.

Top restaurants are now teaching their staff to use a secret hand code to talk about their customers without them knowing.

The Washington Post noticed the phenomenon and spoke to Adam Sanders, manager of BLT Steak in Washington, who revealed his restaurant is often full of high-profile guests so staff make a sideways peace sign if a VIP comes in that needs special attention.

If you’ve ever spotted your waiter making odd gestures with their hands, they could be telling colleagues you’re a VIP, a messy eater or be banning you from ever eating at the restaurant again.

Top restaurants are now teaching their staff to use a secret hand code to talk about their customers without them knowing.

The Washington Post noticed the phenomenon and spoke to Adam Sanders, manager of BLT Steak in Washington, who revealed his restaurant is often full of high-profile guests so staff make a sideways peace sign if a VIP comes in that needs special attention. see more

source: dailymail UK