I got a shock bill after a huge mistake

I got a shock bill after a huge mistake

As influencers say: “The camera eats first.”

Recently, two friends visited a restaurant in Kunming, southwest China.

There they got the biggest surprise of their lives.

9990 servings

Before eating, one of the women posted a photo of dinner on the social networking site WeChat, she wrote South China Morning Newspaper.

Shortly after, a confused employee approached her and gave her an invoice for a whopping 430,000 yuan.

This corresponds to NOK 662,352 at today’s exchange rate.

The bill said she ordered 2,580 servings of squid, 1,850 bowls of spicy duck blood, and at least 9,990 servings of fermented shrimp.

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An innocent mistake

After much debate, it emerged that the woman, identified only by her surname Wang, had not only posted the photo of the dinner on WeChat.

The photo showed the QR code on the table, which is used to order food in the restaurant.

Someone on WeChat took advantage of this and thus ordered thousands of dishes using the QR code.

I continued pouring in

Wang quickly deleted the photo, but it continued, according to the report China Daily To place fake food orders.

The restaurant manager ended up having to move Wang and her friend to another table, which had a different QR code.

Then he deleted the dangerous bill.


According to the South China Morning Post, the woman took the whole thing as a “lesson.”

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The restaurant has no idea who was behind the fake food orders, but they have now taken measures to ensure something like this doesn’t happen again.

Among other things, they changed the ordering system, so that orders can only be placed when you are near the restaurant.

Jabori Obasanjo

Jabori Obasanjo

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