A Chinese man has set up a service to help couples split up

thecheers.org    2008-03-09 05:17:31    

He said: "If they break up in person, both parties may become emotional and unreasonable."
Mr Che, who lives in Yankou city, believes lots of people have trouble breaking up face-to-face and thinks he has discovered the perfect way to have an amicable split.

He said: "If they break up in person, both parties may become emotional and unreasonable.

"I can pass along information clearly, while convincing the party being broken up with to move on." Che - who charges �a case - says he is approached by couples every day but will only take on those he feels comfortable with.

He added: "I don't deal with married couples or disputes over money, or if I'm asked to lie."

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