Two elderly laundromat owners have become Taiwan's latest viral sensation by humorously posing for a series of photos wearing clothes left behind by their customers. "Having spent decades running a laundromat in the coastal city of Taichung, Hsu Sho-Er, 84, and her husband, Chang Wan-Ji, 83, are now proving a hit on Instagram after their grandson -- and stylist -- set up an account for them in June. Any items left at the laundromat for over a year are considered fair game. The couple pose in vintage-style garments, which they accessorize with hats and sunglasses." "It was my grandson's idea," said Wan-Ji, who said he has run the business for the best part of 70 years. In the month since they've been on Instagram, they've picked up 130,000 followers. "Knowing that people still like me makes it feel like I have more grandsons and granddaughters," Sho-Er said.

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