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A Just Eat order placed at a takeaway in Dublin has garnered a lot of attention after it was shared on social media.
Rafo's takeaway in Whitehall received an order on Saturday evening for a battered chicken and chips meal with a very special request tagged onto the end.
It seems that the customer's eye had been caught by more than just the tasty food on offer.
The unnamed person asked staff at the Shanard Road takeaway to inform the "big, tall handsome fella that works there that he is a fiiiine thing".
They finished the message off with two kisses for good measure, reports Dublin Live.
Rafo's takeaway in Dublin
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The eatery shared a snap of the amusing order on their Facebook page, where they broke some bad news to the customer in question – the employee, whose name is Bushi, is taken.
They captioned the post: "Someone was a fan of one of our staff last night on Just Eat."
They added: "Ladies, we are sorry to disappoint but our Bushi is married."
The post has been so well received that some have joked the takeaway will soon be better known for its "handsome" staff instead of its chips, chicken breasts and battered sausages.
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Almost 200 people have liked the post, with more than 100 commenting to share their thoughts.
One person joked Bushi was behind the whole thing, writing: "Bushi writin messages to himself again."
Another said: "This is how you find a man."
Someone else replied: "Crying hahahahahahah."
Lots of people also tagged their friends asking if it was them who had sent the message.
Speaking to Dublin Live, a spokesperson for Rafo's said that the secret admirer "got one of our famous snack boxes with extra leg and breast, and a chicken gravy".
They remained tight-lipped about the identity of the secret admirer.
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