In the Chinese city of Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan Province, a seller of baozi (small pies with various fillings, steamed) is looking for one of his customers who paid nearly 150,000 yuan ($ 22,000 US) for ordering meals at home.
This happened on April 2, but the owner of the store, whose average monthly income is 10,000 yuan, learned about this only recently, when he summed up the results for the past month. The customer paid for the popular dish via the mobile application, and in the seller’s opinion, he could mistakenly enter his password into the line for the payment amount.
The most remarkable thing is that during this time the person who made the order did not show up. The owner of the store hopes that he will be able to find his client thanks to the media and then he will be able to return the money to him.