Who doesn't love free Wi-Fi? (Actually, free anything is always good.) No one wants to use data if you don't have to.
Luckily, most public places display the password on the wall. But one restaurant in Texas isn't making it that easy.
Customers of Yaya's Thai Restaurant, located in San Antonio, must solve a math equation if they want to access the Wi-Fi password. Reddit user Joshua Glock posted the photo below with this message: "This is the Wifi password at a local Thai restaurant. I'm determined to join their network. Where are the math wizards at?"
You know it's a tough problem when most of the elements in the equation are letters instead of numbers. Some Reddit users have posted solutions that seem to be just as complex as the problem. Several others are probably scratching their heads.
Maybe it's their way of encouraging their guests to socialize with one another instead of gluing their eyes to their phones. But if you can't go without Wi-Fi, check out WifMapper. It's a free app that helps you find the best free and secure networks nearby.