Plenty of restaurants use social media as a way to promote their food and atmosphere, but when one Indian eatery in England shared a video of happy diners enjoying their favorite dishes, they got a very unexpected response. The clip was captioned, "Join us for a perfect blend of exquisite flavors, with classical and unique dishes inspired by ancient family recipes," but it wasn't the food that one woman saw. That viewer, named Lucy Watson, responded to the clip by asking, "How old is the footage? My late husband and his son are on the first shot and he died in 2014??"
The restaurant, Spice Cottage, responded, commenting, "Sorry to hear this. This footage was recorded last week."
Unfortunately, Lucy never said anything else, leaving many wondering what was happening. One person wrote, "I need to know what's going on, ASAP," and another stated, "We need closure on this!" Someone else chimed in, "Can we have an update? I'm invested now."
Some commenters suggested that the husband faked his own death, while others were certain that Lucy was just a plant and this was all a publicity stunt - the brainchild of a marketing genius who knew it would make the restaurant go viral. Someone else joked, "I was there on this day and the flat bread that I ordered arrived after our main course, it was my late naan."
Keep an eye on Spice Cottage's Facebook page to see if there are any updates.