- A woman who hails from China surprised her potential boyfriend after showing up with dozens of relatives
- Speaking to the media, the lady said she wanted to test her blind date's generosity and see if he would pay for a meal for 25 people
- After seeing the R49k bill, the man, who is identified as Liu, fled the restaurant and leaving the date to pay for the meal
- According to reports, the date was set up by the guy's mother who was worried about him being single for too long
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A Chinese woman has made headlines after bringing 23 members of her family on a blind date to test her lover.
According to the Daily Mail Online, the unknown woman tagged along with her large clan to the romantic occasion without informing her date in advance.
After enjoying the meal, the man decided to teach the woman a lesson and fled away after receiving the bill which amounted to R49k (£2,300).
According to a report by a Chinese newspaper, Taizhou Evening News, the anonymous woman went on a blind date with a 29-year-old man identified as Liu in eastern Chinese province Zhejiang.
Reports indicate that the date was organised by Liu's mother, who was worried about her son who had been single for long. The man had offered to pay for the meal with the thought that it would be a romantic dinner for two but he got surprised.
Speaking to the media, the woman said she wanted to test her potential boyfriend's generosity in catering for the large crowd of 25.
According to reports, the lady and her family enjoyed expensive dishes and alcohol. Interestingly, Liu failed the test and his potential date ended up paying for the meal herself.
It was later agreed that the man pay for a small part of the meal and the remainder of the bill shared among the woman's 23 members. In other news, Briefly.co.za noted the story bride who has since gone viral after she took to social media to convince her friends and family to fund her special day.
According to a post on Reddit, the bride wants a huge amount of money that will enable her and her fiancé to tour Europe for a one -month honeymoon.
According to the post, the couple will be tying the knot in December and the bride hopes the guests will not change their minds due to coronavirus.
"Hope you all are doing great and getting all of you all wedding gifts (haha), prepare your cold hard cash and your large housewarming gifts… We really cannot wait to see you all (and receive your gifts LOL) this December," read the post.
The bride advised her friends against pulling out due to COVID-19 saying they have a monetary goal of $20,000 minimum. She indicated that the guests are expected to donate over $30,000.
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