Woman in Red Pole Dancing on Shanghai Subway, Passengers Stunned
From NetEase: Morning News reported May 26, recently, the video of “female pole dancing on Shanghai subway” appeared on varies video sharing sites such as Todo（土豆）. And soon it became the major forum reprint. For this bold act, many Chinese netizens are surprised and offended at the same time.
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Directly against the emerging one after another subway acts, the city people’s congress, Shanghai institute of finance, dean of political science and law professor Buo Haibao (薄海豹) made the proposal in two of the meetings. He hopes that local legislation to prohibit in subway and other public places the display of art which beyond what the public can accept and tolerate.
This “Pole dancing on Shanghai subway” video was posted on Todo （土豆）by a netizen named “无敌小肉丁”. This video is 1 minute and 41 seconds, posted on May 18th is already played 91440 times. Known from the subway broadcast voice in the video, this is Shanghai subway Line 1. The beginning of the video showed the pole near the train door, a woman carrying a bag pack wearing red cloth has her back towards the camera. Then she turned and threw her bag pack on the floor and looked at the camera. Suddenly, the woman had her hands holding the pole spins around the pole and then sat on the floor. All passengers who witnessed this scene were all stunned.
Reporter learned that departments are currently on the motion of Buo Haibao’s proposal. SMG said city council will lead the public to consciously resist the decadent literary concepts, and maintain normal public order and social stability. At the same time strengthening public security, urban management law enforcement agencies, rail operators’ collaboration to carry out remediation.