Heartbroken Chinese girl stayed at KFC for a week

Heartbroken Chinese girl stayed at KFC for a week
26-year-old Tan Shen hit rock bottom when her boyfriend dumped her. So she moved in to a KFC restaurant for a week.

It can be difficult to remain calm when a boyfriend suddenly dumps you, and it went completely wrong for the 26-year-old Tan Shen, when she was exposed to just that.

She could not bear to be in his apartment in the city of Chengdu, because it reminded her too much of him, so she took a quick decision and walked into a Kentucky Fried Chicken to eat chicken wings. And she stayed there for a week.

- I had not planned to stay there long, I just wanted some chicken wings. But when I was there and started eating, I decided that I needed some time to think things over, she says, according to Yahoo News.

The staff at fast-food restaurant, which is manned 24 hours did not notice her at first, but became concerned when they realized that she had been there for days.

- When we asked her if she was OK, she said that she just needed time to think. And then she asked for another box of chicken wings with an extra large tray of french frites, the 22-year-old KFC employee Jiang Li Lung, says, according to Yahoo News.

He adds that they did not have the heart to throw the woman out of the restaurant when she was a paying customer and she didn't bother anyone.

At last she left by herself.

- I decided it was best to leave the city and go home to my parents. And I was sick of the taste of chicken, so there was not much point in being there anymore, Tan Shen says.

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