For 2 days, a defective coffee machine stirred up agitation and dissatisfaction in the North Railway Station. Instead of the coffee cup, the appliance spills pounds of unroasted coffee beans. Dozens of travelers rushed to complain about customer service. However, they did not receive much agreement from the operators, who, instead of solving the complaint, asked the applicants to count the coffee beans spilled by the machine ...
No, there was no consumer willing to count the coffee beans on the floor. It was a prank. The operators were even the two cafes set on the farce, Buzdugan and Morar: "I just wanted to show that the Doncafe machines make coffee from freshly milled grains, not from powder, like others."
Finally, each consumer received their desired coffee, plus a gift from Doncafe for emotions.
Buzdugan's question remains: "If you select milk coffee, would a cow fall?"