How about if this happens on a restaurant and it is not merely a shake, it's an earthquake. A Cafe in Costa Brava, Spain is serving you a delicious well prepared food with a little extra... a 7.8 magnitude earthquake!
From the outside, the Disaster Café looks very ordinary and certainly doesn’t show any real warnings about what goes on inside.
An elevator takes thrill-seeking customers to “the depths of the Earth”, where they’re be seated in a cave-like restaurant. The first odd thing you’ll notice is the staff wearing construction helmets and other safety equipment, then when the food comes, you’ll realize that, for some reason, dishes are a lot heavier than normal. Something is definitely going on, but you’re not going to waste time thinking about it with all that delicious food waiting to be devoured.
You always have to be on your toes at Disaster Café, because anytime a simulated 7.8 earthquake would erupt and shakes the place up pretty good. Lights start to go out, women begin screaming, chairs, tables and pretty much everything in the room starts moving and there’s nothing you can do but wait it out and hope for the best. Unlike during natural quakes of this magnitude, there are never any serious injuries at Disaster Café. In fact all you have to remember is not to wear you’re finest outfit, because spilled drinks and food are very common here. The heavy dishes will stop your meal from flying off the table, but accidents do happen quite often.
Normally, people are terrified of earthquakes, but at the Disaster Café, people actually pay to experience a simulated 7.8 quake while they enjoy a tasty meal. The place is so popular you actually need to make reservations in advance, in order to be get a table.