'Please do not fall into that trap!' Taiwanese pop queen Jolin Tsai Yi-lin pleaded to the media after an afternoon of drumming up Taiwan tourism last Friday. The story she was trying to dismiss was that a fan had made an online bid of more than HK$10,000 for 23 sesame seeds that had fallen off a chicken burger she had supposedly munched on - roughly HK$430 per seed. Tsai, who recently had her name dragged through the Edison Chen Koon-hei nude photos fiasco because one of the girls resembled her, preferred to talk about the night-market delicacies of her island home during the Tseung Kwan O East Point City mall event. 'I love eating street food. I remember in the old days, me and my elder sister would squat on the street having some noodles. They were scrumptious.' When the 'sesame' scandal was raised by local hounds though, the singer suddenly lost her appetite. 'I have neither gone to that restaurant [it was said they were crumbs from a KFC burger] nor eaten the burger as suggested in the story. It's just not true.'