A CHINESE takeaway is struggling to meet demand after its bargain share feast was posted online.

Bobbi Hadgraft, from Manchester, shared what was in the “absolutely outrageous” £20 deal she got from the Gemini takeaway in Old Trafford.

Bobbi showed all the food she got for just £20 in the Chinese takeaway's share box deal


Bobbi showed all the food she got for just £20 in the Chinese takeaway’s share box dealCredit: Twitter

Her post on X, formerly known as Twitter, has now gone viral, notching up 4.2million views along with 15,000 likes.

Posting a picture of all the food she got, she added a caption which read: “Just got this Chinese share box for 20 quid. Absolutely outrageous.”

She was clearly pleased not just with the amount of food but also the taste too.

One person posted in the comments: “Looks like a nice feast! Hope it’s fresh!” to which Bobbi replied saying it was “spot on”.

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Another person wrote: “Outrageous that you have to share it?”

While a third added: “If someone can find me one of these in East London it would be much appreciated.”

A fourth person who was clearly hungry chipped in with: “The way it’s called a ‘Share box’ but I know for a fact I’d scran that whole thing on my own.”

Bobbi though may have accidentally shot herself in the foot as a few days later she gave her followers an update saying that the Chinese was now struggling to cope after demand had shot up.

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In an update she wrote: “Just rang the Chinese takeaway to order & they said my tweet has created so much demand they can’t take any more orders tonight.”

Many people  said she shouldn’t have revealed her secret as now she wasn’t able to order it for herself.

One commentator said: “Never give away your secrets.”

Someone else added: “I’m so jealous they don’t do this around my way.”

Taking to their website the restaurant said: “Dear customers. Thank you for your warm support, but due to our lack of chefs and drivers, to ensure customer satisfaction and food quality, we have to limited the quantity of share box.

“I hope you can understand, if you couldn’t find share box online order just because it was sold out,

“Pls choose any other food which is as nice as share Box or maybe another day, I do apologise for that.

“Because sometimes the order volume is too intense, we can not load, so we may choose to suspend taking more order, have to say sorry again.

“But anyway thank you so so much for all your support, Gemini very honoured.”

This post first appeared on thesun.co.uk

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