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A restaurant has come under fire for holding a promotion aimed at giving discounts to women with larger breasts.

Trendy Shrimp sparked complaints from locals to the council when a sign appearing outside the establishment advertised lower prices for women with bigger cup sizes.

The poster in a mall in Hangzhou, China, shows cartoon versions of women with varying chest sizes alongside the tagline: “The whole city is looking for BREASTS”.

A price list on the right hand side shows that women with an A cup bra get a 5% discount on their meal, whereas women who wear a G cup get a 65% discount.

The sliding scale in between shows the discount increase in correlation with breast size increase.\

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Women were to claim their discounts from female waitresses to avoid the embarrassment of dealing with male staff.

The Qianjiang Evening News reports that one angry woman, known only as Ms. Zhu, complained about the poster saying: “This content has been involved in vulgar advertising. In addition, I think it is discrimination against women.

According to the BBC, the posters first appeared on August 1 and have since been removed following the backlash.

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Trendy Shrimp general manager Lan Shenggang cancelled the promotion after receiving a phonecall from head office, the Qianjiang Evening News reports.

He admitted there had been some negative comments but this was normal among the older generation, insisting that young people found it fun.

Lan Shenggang added that other businesses had made “malicious” comments.

Defending the promotion, he insisted that “customer numbers rose by about 20%” and saying: “Some of the girls we met were very proud – they had nothing to hide”.

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This young billionaire paid a company $10,000 to kill him and preserve his brain



A 32-year-old Silicon Valley billionaire and tech entrepreneur, Sam Altman, has paid to join a waiting list of people who want to be killed so his brain could be preserved.

Mr. Altman desires that his brain lives forever digitally.

Mr Altman paid this huge amount to Nectome — a start-up that promises to preserve your brain so it can – hopefully, one day – upload it into a computer to grant your consciousness eternal life.
According to the company, the method that will be used is “100% fatal”.

“I assume my brain will be uploaded to the cloud,” he said.

Mr. Sam Altman joins twenty four other people who have also paid to join a waiting list at Nectome.

The company essentially proposes to embalm your brain – while you are still alive – with the intention of uploading it to a computer if or when technology permits, so that you can live digitally forever.

Netcome’s chemical solution can preserve a body for hundreds or potentially thousands of years so one day scientists may scan your stored brain so it can be reborn as a computer simulation.

The embalming chemicals need to be pumped into the client while they are still alive because the processs requires ‘fresh brains’ so that it can effectively kill them.

“The user experience will be identical to physician-assisted suicide,” Nectome’s co-founder Robert McIntyre, a computer scientist, said.

The company believes the process could particularly appeal to people with terminal illnesses.

According to a report, Nectome’s storage service is not for sale yet and there is still no evidence that memories remain, or can be extricated from dead tissue.

But the company already has a waiting list of future clients, ready to jump on the opportunity if or when the procedure becomes legal.

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