An east China province has given fresh food an entire new meaning after installing a vending machine that sells live crabs.
The unusual contraption, which sells crabs that are chilled but not yet dead, has been installed on a street in Hangzhou, the capital of east China's Zhejiang province.
Hungry shoppers can buy one of the crustaceans for between 20 and 60 yuan - the equivalent of around £2 and £6.20 - depending on size.
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