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(Netease) According to Hong Kong media, China’s diving diva Guo Jingjing was secretly videotaped with an infrared video camera. Her nude images were finally exposed; a 10 minute long video has been circulating on the Hong Kong Internet. More shockingly, Guo Jingjing was not the only victim, 2 days ago, another 2 hour and 7 minute long video clip shot with the same infrared video camera was also circulating the Internet. In this video, other than Guo Jingjing and Wu Minxia, more than 20 male and female divers from different countries who participated in the 2008 Olympic warm-up match were victimized. The video clip was shot in the 2008 Olympic warm-up match – “Good Luck Beijing” when the divers were practicing.
Meanwhile, a Japanese website also introduced this video clip as, a man sneaked into the diving stadium with a hand-held infrared camera. He secretly videotaped Guo Jingjing using the infrared camera who was wearing 2 different swim suits in the video. Under the infrared camera, her breasts and lower body were clearly seen. The camera man also shot close-ups of players’ private parts.
In the 15 clips, each about ten minutes long, other than Guo Jingjing, the victims are her synchronized diving partner Wu Minxia, the women’s three-meter springboard Olympic silver medalist Packhalina from Russia, women’s ten-meter platform silver medalist Kevin Adams from Canada, women’s ten-meter platform doubles silver medalist Melissa Wu from Australia, women’s ten-meter platform doubles bronze medalists Paola Espinosa and Tatiana Ortiz from Mexico…. Both men and women were videotaped. The most popular athletes Guo Jinging and Wu Minxia became the starring actresses of the film, appeared in each clip.
From the shooting angels, the video were most likely not shot from the audiences. Even with the zoomed lens the camera man seemed to be very close to the athletes. Actually some video clips had already been circulating the internet in last year but were deleted immediately. Now the clips are once again exposed on the internet.
The Hong Kong police also stated that they are now investigating the case.
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