Restaurants in Cancun will launch the operation “Diana Doble“, to seek the safety of women who come to their establishments. Any client who feels harassed can ask for this drink, to alert the staff about their situation.
Juan Pablo Aguirre de la Torre, president of the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry (Canirac) in Cancun, mentioned that this action is part of a scheme, in which surveillance cameras play a key role.
The leader of this union noted that the program establishes codes for women to protect themselves from harassment.
For example, a woman who asks the bartender or waiter for a “Diana doble” informs that she is being harassed by those who accompany her. This initiative has already been implemented in Mexico City, with good results.
In that city, if a woman asks for a “double Diana alone”, she wants to be escorted to her car. A “double Diana to take” is to ask for a safe taxi. As a “blue double Diana” is the key word to call the police.
This prevents them from being exposed and the key word prevents the harasser from finding out that she has already requested help.-AGENCIA SIM.
Source: Diario de Yucatán
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