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Hong Kong model rejects expensive dinner
Tue, Nov 09, 2010
The Star/Asia News Network

China Press reported that a rich man in China is willing to pay one million yuan (S$192,778) to have dinner with Hong Kong model Chrissie Chau.

Although he was rejected, the magnate did not give up.

He continued expressing his wish on Facebook while flooding Chau's cellphone with SMSes.

He also sought help from a woman to persuade Chau.

However, the model was not moved.

She wrote on her mini blog: "A mysterious woman called me and said a rich man likes me and wants to have dinner with me."

The model quoted a line by Chapman To Man-chak in a movie: "Do you know this is roaming? Its very expensive!" -The Star/ANN

 

 

 

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