Fans Flock To Fast-Food Chain In Taiwan To See ‘goddess’ Waitress With Doll-Like Features.

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Some users have accused RainDog of manipulating the photos or claim that Weiwei does not exist

Hsu Wei-han, whose age was not given, has been attracting plenty of customers to her branch of the fast-food chain in the city of Kaohsiung after she was discovered by a blogger.

RainDog spotted the doll-like beauty and noted that Wei-han, who is also known as ‘Weiwei’ or ‘Haitun’ (‘dolphin’ in Chinese), was cute and wore a pink shirt and heels.

Hsu Wei-han, who works in a branch in the city of Kaohsiung, was photographed by blogger RainDog who shared the images online.

Followers of Weiwei in Kaohsiung are now scrambling to find out the branch where she works in the hopes of getting a peek at the wide-eyed waitress.

Despite her surge in popularity some readers have accused the blogger of manipulating the pictures, with some claiming the woman does not exist at all.

However, her Instagram account suggests otherwise with her selfies earning her a loyal fan base of 29,000 followers.

A McDonald's worker in Taiwan is boosting customer numbers after a blogger shared her photo online

Hsu Wei-han works in a branch in the city of Kaohsiung,She was photographed by blogger RainDog who shared the images online

 

Followers of the McDonald's Goddess are now scrambling to find out which branch she works at in hopes of getting a glimpseRainDog observed that she was cute and wore a pink shirt and heels

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