Fans flock to Kaohsiung fast-food restaurant to see ‘McDonald’s goddess’

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TAIPEI, Taiwan – McDonald’s is not always considered the most glamorous place to work, however one server in Taiwan is bringing a little added allure to the counter.

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TAIPEI, Taiwan – McDonald’s is not always considered the most glamorous place to work, however one server in Taiwan is bringing a little added allure to the counter.

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.

Overnight the McDonald’s worker has rocketed to fame after the blog post received more than 6,000 likes.

She has been called the ‘cutest McDonald’s goddess in Taiwanese history’ after fans pointed out that the country’s branches are famous for dressing up their female employees in cute themed outfits, such as sailors or maids.

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.

However she is not the first of her kind. Other catering beauties and ‘hunks’ from Taiwan have included fruit, tofu, and cake vendors in capital Taipei, as well as a butcher who became affectionately known as the ‘Pork Princess’.

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.

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