Millionaire hires man to walk streets in search of lost love

15:19, August 03, 2010      

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A young man was seen walking the streets of Chongqing yesterday holding a sign advertising that a millionaire is looking for a lover who looks like waitress named Xiaofang who worked in a hotpot restaurant near the Liberation Monuments, according to cqwb.com.cn.

According to the young man, he is being paid 200 yuan per day by his client to hold the board and walk along the street. His client is a millionaire with the family name Liu.

Later the reporter had a telephone interview with Liu. Liu said that he began his business selling watermelons and now he has already became a successful businessman in the real estate industry. It is not his intention to promote the hotpot restaurant, but instead he hopes to find his true love.

Liu used to have dinner in the hotpot restaurant three years ago where he met a waitress named Xiaofang. Xiaofang's beauty and gentle nature impressed him very much. However, Xiaofang had a boyfriend at that time.

By Wang Qianyuanxue, People's Daily Online
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