Some restaurants don’t want to offer free Wi-Fi, and that’s totally their prerogative. Maybe they’d rather have customers focus on the food than their fantasy football teas. Maybe they don’t want a bunch of freeloading screenwriters ordering a coffee and hogging a table for the entire day. Maybe the restaurant owners are just like, “Get a better mobile data plan!” But whatever the reason, not having free Wi-Fi is better than having free Wi-Fi but being jerks about it by having an impossible Wi-Fi password.
A Thai restaurant in San Antonio, Texas, called Yaya’s is making headlines for having a Wi-Fi password that is proving impossible for the Internet to unravel. A handwritten sign on the wall lists the “Wi-Fi Password” as a complex mathematical equation – a summation to be specific: