Former stewardess profits from crab-eating skills

2015-08-26 08:33:34 GMT2015-08-26 16:33:34(Beijing Time)  ecns.cn
A woman helps a man eat cooked crab at a seafood restaurant in Hangzhou, East China’s Zhejiang province, Aug 28, 2015. The woman, 27, is a retired airline stewardess and known online for her crab-eating skills, such as separating the legs and claws to get meat. She offers the service on Taobao.com, China’s largest e-commerce site, and charges 10 yuan ($1.6) to prepare crab meat and five yuan extra to help with eating. The man spent 260 yuan on the service.(Photo/CFP)A woman helps a man eat cooked crab at a seafood restaurant in Hangzhou, East China’s Zhejiang province, Aug 28, 2015. The woman, 27, is a retired airline stewardess and known online for her crab-eating skills, such as separating the legs and claws to get meat. She offers the service on Taobao.com, China’s largest e-commerce site, and charges 10 yuan ($1.6) to prepare crab meat and five yuan extra to help with eating. The man spent 260 yuan on the service.(Photo/CFP)
A woman helps a man eat cooked crab at a seafood restaurant in Hangzhou, East China’s Zhejiang province, Aug 28, 2015. The woman, 27, is a retired airline stewardess and known online for her crab-eating skills, such as separating the legs and claws to get meat. She offers the service on Taobao.com, China’s largest e-commerce site, and charges 10 yuan ($1.6) to prepare crab meat and five yuan extra to help with eating. The man spent 260 yuan on the service.(Photo/CFP)A woman helps a man eat cooked crab at a seafood restaurant in Hangzhou, East China’s Zhejiang province, Aug 28, 2015. The woman, 27, is a retired airline stewardess and known online for her crab-eating skills, such as separating the legs and claws to get meat. She offers the service on Taobao.com, China’s largest e-commerce site, and charges 10 yuan ($1.6) to prepare crab meat and five yuan extra to help with eating. The man spent 260 yuan on the service.(Photo/CFP)
A man comments on a crab-eating service he has ordered online at a seafood restaurant in Hangzhou, East China’s Zhejiang province, Aug 28, 2015. The woman, 27, is a retired airline stewardess and known online for her crab-eating skills, such as separating the legs and claws to get meat. She offers the service on Taobao.com, China’s largest e-commerce site, and charges 10 yuan ($1.6) to prepare crab meat and five yuan extra to help with eating. The man spent 260 yuan on the service. (Photo/CFP)A man comments on a crab-eating service he has ordered online at a seafood restaurant in Hangzhou, East China’s Zhejiang province, Aug 28, 2015. The woman, 27, is a retired airline stewardess and known online for her crab-eating skills, such as separating the legs and claws to get meat. She offers the service on Taobao.com, China’s largest e-commerce site, and charges 10 yuan ($1.6) to prepare crab meat and five yuan extra to help with eating. The man spent 260 yuan on the service. (Photo/CFP)
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