This isn't the first time we've written about a popular deli in Saratoga Springs making headlines for something other than sandwiches, and it probably won't be the last!

What happened now?

Daniel Chessare, the outspoken owner of Saratoga's Broadway Deli, has never shied away from speaking his truths on its various social media platforms, much to the delight of customers and people who follow them.

In the past, Chessare has taken on sloppy drunks puking in the ally and leaving cigarette butts all over the place, political mandates, and food critics, and he's not stopping there!

Many of his posts are taken with a grain of salt, and his straightforward demeanor doesn't seem to be hurting his business as the cash appears to be rolling in just fine at the deli on Broadway in Saratoga.

But there is one type of currency that Chessare would like to see - and handle - a lot less and we're left to wonder if this is a bigger problem, or just something unique to the customers of his place; he doesn't want anyone's "sweaty, bra money!!"

We're not sure why this seems to be a problem at his restaurant on Broadway in Saratoga Springs, but Chessare seems pretty heated up, so if you're coming in for corned beef on rye, make sure your cash is crispy and dry!

In a Facebook post on Monday, the Saratoga Broadway Deli had a message for women (because I'm assuming it's happened multiple times) who apparently are paying for the food with cash that had been stashed in their bras or bathing suits, or as he calls it, "sweaty, damp, bra money."

Here's the post where he addressed the situation suggesting that it had something to do with the rising heat and humidity in Upstate New York.  What are your thoughts?

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