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  • Free food for the beautiful
  • Free food for the beautiful
    Kenneth Lu (2004) ©

Free food for the beautiful

A Korean eatery in the capital of China's Henan province has been offering a special type of promotion since early January 2-15. Every day, the fifty most beautiful customers get to eat for free after scanning their faces at the 'beauty identification area'.



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