Wednesday, 06. May 2015
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A restaurant in China has scored after it started employing big-breasted women to deliver take-out meals to men enjoying the World Cup on television.
All would-be employees have to undergo a bust measurement examination before they are hired by Mao's take away service in Chengdu city in south-western China’s Sichuan province.
So far ten well-endowed women have been employed as delivery maidens by the firm which said that more than 100 women applied. The females who got the job all wear a C-cup sized bra or bigger.
The youngest one is 19, the eldest 35. According to the food company, each time the female staff go to deliver take-outs they have to be escorted by male colleagues to ensure their safety.
A spokesman for the company said: "The World Cup is a guy thing. We noticed that we were getting lots of orders for food from groups of guys sitting around TVs at home.
"We thought it would be a good idea to put a little pizazz into their evenings if, when they opened their door to receive their orders, they were confronted by an amply endowed woman.
"The word of mouth advertising has gone around and orders have nearly doubled for take outs since the tournament began a week ago.
"The girls do not do anything other than look demure and wear something that accents their fine cleavages. But if that is all it takes to send business soaring, we will have to think of something similar to boost sales when the World Cup is over."
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