High security coffee

Une Grande Nation (Issue IV/2017)


If you’re in Indonesia and you can’t go without your Starbucks coffee of a morning, then prepare for longer queues. After a terrorist attack on a Jakarta Starbucks in 2016, the company has started doing security checks on customers. Purses and backpacks are being searched. But at least that’s better than keeping the Starbucks closed, which happened immediately after the attack. 



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