A Plymouth woman who posted an advert for her left-over Chinese has revealed why she tried to sell her takeaway. Rebecca, who is from the Devonport area, went viral after she posted her half-eaten food on the Plymouth Crazy Sell and Buy page, in the early hours of Tuesday. She uploaded a photo of the fast-food bundle, showing four mystery dishes, a bag, two sauces and prawn crackers, with a price tag of £5 for the lot – and admits she thinks there were a “few serious buyers”. On the original post, She also stated that she originally paid “well over £39 for it”, that it had “only been sat here for a few hours” and that it needed to be “gone ASAP”. She later confirmed that there was four chicken balls with sauce, that had been “undipped”, rice, prawn crackers, chicken curry “untouched”, “half a bag of cold chips”, chicken satay, crispy chilli beef and chow mein. Rebecca revealed that she did in-fact upload the advert as a joke and has found people’s reactions amusing. She said: “I just saw the amount of crap people upload on the selling page and thought I would post my left over Chinese…. Read full this story
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