Bangkok's Death Awareness Cafe designed to provoke patrons to ponder their demise

Bangkok's Death Awareness Cafe takes its design cures from a mortuary, complete with funeral wreaths and caskets. Patrons sip cappuccinos, read death-related "inspirational" quotes on the walls, and then climb into the coffins to consider their ultimate fate. Sounds, er, fun? From Rumble:

Despite the macabre appearance, owner Professor Veeranut Rojanaprapa says there's a deeper meaning behind the eatery – improving society by encouraging people to reflect on their life.

He said: ''We're concerned about a big problem in Thailand. The problem of corruption, the young mothers and criminal gangs.

''After a study, we found out that the root of the problems are greed and anger. When people are greedy, then they are corrupt. When they are greedy, they have prohibited sex. When people are angry they do harmful actions.''

Buddhist followers believe that if people are aware of death they will be less greedy and do more good in the world.

(UPI via Weird Universe)