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Daily Sex News: Strippers banned from Chinese funerals

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asked Apr 26, 2015 in Articles by longhands1 (75,015 points)
edited Apr 26, 2015 by longhands1

Strippers banned from Chinese funerals as authorities clamp down on bizarre erotic shows to honour the dead.

Strippers are invited to perform at funerals, often at great expense, to attract more mourners, according to China's official Xinhua news agency.

Chinese authorities are clamping down on what has become a bizarre and increasingly popular event at funerals - strippers. Exotic dancers are frequently hired to perform at ceremonies to honour and show respect to the recently departed in rural China.

Strippers are invited to perform at funerals, often at great expense, to attract more mourners, according to China's official Xinhua news agency. But not for much longer, after authorities announced new crackdown, as stripping is illegal in China.

 

An attendee at a village funeral in Cheng'an County in Hebei Province said mourners of all ages, including children, enjoyed the raunchy performance at a recent send-off. He told CNN: "I felt something wasn't right. The performance crossed the line.

"I had heard about hiring strippers to dance at funerals but had never seen it myself. I was shocked when I saw the strippers." He said the villagers were not surprised by the erotic display at all.

China’s Ministry of Culture have released a statement, which detailed two cases. They say the practice distorted the "cultural value of the entertainment business" and such acts were “uncivilised". In both cases, in north China's Hebei Province and east China's Jiangsu, strippers were invited to stage obscene performances, it said.

The organisers and performers have been punished. The ministry added it will continue to work with the police to stamp out the practice.




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