It seems like a sensible provision, but business is business and the law does not prevent charging for the use of a glass or for service. It doesn’t extend to filtered tap water. They can charge for that. But if they serve alcohol, they have to provide free drinking water, whether it’s filtered or unfiltered.
Tennis bracelets got their unusual name from an incident involving Chris Evert during a US Open match in 1987. Chris had been wearing an expensive bracelet featuring an inline string of individually-set diamonds. When the clasp snapped, she asked the officials to stop the match until the jewelry could be found.
No. The Prieuré de Sion (Priory of Sion) was a fake secret society create by a French con-man named Pierre Plantard. Plantard created the Priory in the 1965 as part of an elaborate hoax to crown himself the rightful king of France. To pull it off, Plantard and his accomplices forged documents and placed them in the French National Museum. The fake documents were later used as the basis for the 1980s conspiracy book, Holy Blood, Holy Grail, which Dan Brown later used as the basis for The Da Vinci Code. The Priory of Sion as described by Brown, never existed. There was however, a 12th century monastic order founded by Godfrey of Bouillon called the Abbey of Our Lady of Mount Zion.