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    Man Gets Sued For Walking Out On His Blind Date After She Showed Up To The Restaurant With 23 Relatives

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    Going on a blind date can be nerve-wracking enough, but imagine being surprised by 23 of your date’s relatives joining in on the dinner. This is exactly what happened to Mr. Liu in China, who ended up getting sued after leaving his blind date and her 23 relatives at the restaurant. Liu had arranged a meeting with Ms. Zhang, but was taken aback when he found her accompanied by such a large group.

    The situation only got worse when they ordered expensive drinks and cigarettes during the meal, resulting in a bill of around $2,812. Feeling deceived and uncomfortable, Liu decided to leave and requested that Zhang and her family settle the cost. This angered Zhang, who demanded that Liu pay at least half of the bill. Despite Liu’s refusal, Zhang’s family took him to court over the matter.

    However, the court ruled in Liu’s favor, stating that he only needed to pay for his and Zhang’s meals, which amounted to around $197. The incident has sparked discussions on Chinese social media about the boundaries of social etiquette during blind dates. While it is understandable for someone to feel uncomfortable in such a situation, it is also important to consider the feelings of others and communicate clearly.

    The fact that the woman’s family ordered expensive items without considering Liu’s financial situation added fuel to the fire. All in all, while blind dates can be exciting, they can also be unpredictable and uncomfortable situations. It is crucial to maintain clear communication and respect each other’s boundaries and financial situations. As for Mr. Liu, he may have won the lawsuit, but he will undoubtedly think twice before agreeing to another blind date in the future.

    It is worth noting that the restaurant staff later informed Mr. Liu that the woman’s family ordered a significant amount of expensive cigarettes and premium alcohol. While it is unclear whether this was intentional or a misunderstanding, it highlights the need for clear communication and transparency during blind dates.

    Overall, this incident serves as a reminder of the importance of setting clear expectations and boundaries during blind dates. While it is understandable that people may have different ideas about who should pay for what, it is crucial to be respectful of each other’s financial situation and not pressure someone into paying more than they are comfortable with. By being open and honest with each other, both parties can avoid potential misunderstandings and ensure that the date is enjoyable for everyone involved.

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