Woman ‘tries to sell her leftover Chinese takeaway on Facebook’

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A WOMAN’S Facebook post has gone viral after it appears she tried to sell her leftover Chinese takeaway for just £5.

The fast-food bundle had four mystery dishes, two sauces and what looks like a bag of prawn crackers.

This is the leftover takeaway that a woman appeared to be selling on Facebook
This is the leftover takeaway that a woman appeared to be selling on Facebook
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The half-eaten food was posted about midnight on Saturday to the Plymouth Crazy Sell and Buy page at the bargain price of £5.

She wrote in the post she “paid well over 39 pounds” and it “only been sat here for a few hours”.

The woman, from Devonport, claimed she needed it “gone ASAP”.

It is unclear if this was posted as a prank or if this woman was genuinely trying to sell her leftover takeaway.

She claimed the contents of her takeaway as four chicken balls with sauce that had been “undipped”, rice, prawn crackers, “untouched” chicken curry, “half a bag of cold chips”, chicken satay, chow mein and crispy chilly beef.

The post had more than 30 comments in the closed Facebook group, but it was shared to a public page that amassed more than 200 shares and 400 comments.

Some commented asking if the takeaway deal was still for sale yesterday and others wondered how much of the food was eaten.

One said: “I think if I’m honest I’m interested, is there any gloopy sweet and sour sauce?”


Another added: “Bet all the chicken has been picked out. It’ll all be sauce and veggies.”

The woman appeared to offer to deliver the food.

She wrote: “Serious buyers only. Can deliver for small free need to walk my dog anyway. Let me know.”

One person appeared to be interested in the Chinese takeaway
One person appeared to be interested in the Chinese takeaway
Another person commented that maybe the chicken was the part of the meal that had been eaten
Another person commented that maybe the chicken was the part of the meal that had been eaten
The woman who posted the ad claims she needed it gone as soon as possible
The woman who posted the ad claims she needed it gone as soon as possible

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