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Many of them simply used the café as a meeting place and did not buy anything.
Management said they occupied seats for 'extended periods,' 'spoke loudly,' 'spat on the floor,' 'flirted' and had 'quarrels and fights'.
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This country has one of the biggest numbers of active users in social media with one of the biggest number of time spent in these social media platforms.
As of April 2014, China has a total population of 1.36 billion people with a 45% internet population at around 618 million, almost twice the population of the USA.
81% of them access the internet through a mobile device while 70% of them through desktop computers, and 44% of them through laptops.
Store managers decided to clamp down on what they described as 'illegal date clubs'.
Since the store opened several years ago, hundreds of lonely, divorced or widowed elderly people have descended on the cafeteria in search of love and companionship.
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