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Post time 2012-10-16 22:05:54 |Display all floors
This post was edited by river16 at 2012-10-16 22:09

just make it brief:

a couple of days ago i was browsing on a socialising website for pretty girls. then i received a message from one. so we made a date right on that evening. i went to the place she told me to go, met her, and went to a liquor bar few steps away. when i opened the menu i realised i was swindled. i calmed down and smiled and told the bitch i work in public security bureau and i think the price for the food and liquors are way too expensive. the waiter obviously knew that bitch, the bitch asked me what i suggest, i told her i didn't take too much cash with me, and even if i did i won't spend a coin here. then we went outside, and i turned my back to the bitch and went straight away.

during the time when i was in that bar, i saw some other men walked in accompanied by those ladies. and according to what i have seen in the menu, each one would at least consume 300+ rmb. and i think for guys who are from outside of the province the dare not to question about the situation coz the have to be concerned about their provate sercurity. they might not want to make themselves in trouble.

how could this happen? obviously the girl is a professional swindler, though very young like 16-18, her face shows she's abandoned and indifferent. yes i was angry but what is more i feel so sad for her. aren't they supposed to be at school by their age?

and i also am wondering why no one complains and reports this to relevant departments? how could they constantly make money in that way??? what society are we living in?

now i want eveyone of you to be aware of this internet frauds. and i hope local authorities could do something to fix it. it happens because someone is risking against law, but if it constantly happens i can just say government and authorities are neglecting their duties.
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Post time 2012-10-16 22:39:36 |Display all floors
raton Post time: 2012-10-16 22:28
Silly boy… first meeting, a coffee or  a tea hose….  this make you cry..?

at least next time i will be clear what is going on.

i really want to cry...
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Post time 2012-10-16 22:48:43 |Display all floors
Isn't this simply prostitution? A modern day slant on the oldest profession? I guess she has an arrangement with the restaurant to earn commission and they will have some enforcers to ensure that bills are paid.

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Post time 2012-10-16 23:01:57 |Display all floors
Laowai2? Post time: 2012-10-16 22:48
Isn't this simply prostitution? A modern day slant on the oldest profession? I guess she has an arra ...

i noticed the waiters are all big boys. seems not guys to mess with. like gangsters.

of course they get paid by commission. this is dirty.
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Post time 2012-10-17 00:40:34 |Display all floors
river16 Post time: 2012-10-16 21:01
i noticed the waiters are all big boys. seems not guys to mess with. like gangsters.

of course th ...

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Post time 2012-10-17 01:13:41 |Display all floors
my son had a similar experience when he was in China and luckily he escaped but they found him in the street not on the internet
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