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Woman Stuck In Blind Date’s House After Lockdown. Blogs Go Viral

Over 100 virus instances have been reported within the central Chinese metropolis of Zhengzhou since final week (File)

Beijing:

Imagine being on a primary date you could not finish? That’s what occurred to a lady in China whose video blogs about going right into a citywide lockdown throughout a blind date have gone viral.

Over 100 virus instances have been reported within the central Chinese metropolis of Zhengzhou since final week, as China battles to include a number of native outbreaks of the Delta and Omicron variants.

Parts of town have been abruptly positioned beneath lockdown final Wednesday when a lady surnamed Wang was having dinner at her blind date’s home.

“Just after I arrived in Zhengzhou, there was an outbreak and his community was put under lockdown and I could not leave,” Wang informed Shanghai-based outlet The Paper on Tuesday, including that she went there for a week-long journey to fulfill potential suitors.

“I’m getting old now, my family introduced me to ten matches… The fifth date wanted to show off his cooking skills and invited me over to his house for dinner.”

Since then, Wang has posted brief movies documenting her every day life in lockdown, which present her date cooking meals for her, doing family chores and dealing at his laptop computer whereas she sleeps in, based on clips printed by native media.

So far it appears romance has but to blossom throughout their extended date, based on Wang who says she’s on the lookout for a extra talkative accomplice.

“Besides the fact that he’s as mute as a wooden mannequin, everything else (about him) is pretty good,” Wang informed The Paper. “Despite his food being mediocre, he’s still willing to cook, which I think is great.”

Wang didn’t disclose her age or the identification of the person within the movies.

Related hashtags have racked up over six million views on the Twitter-like social media website Weibo by Wednesday.

However, Wang stated the latest surge in on-line consideration prompted her to take away the movies.

“Friends have been calling him and I think this has definitely affected his life, so I have taken them down for now,” she stated in a video posted Tuesday that was extensively republished in Chinese native media.

“Thanks everyone for your attention… I hope the outbreak ends soon and that my single sisters also find a relationship soon.”

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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