Uniqlo Dressing Room Porn Goes Viral In China, Government Clutches Pearls

A video of a young couple having sex in a Beijing Uniqlo dressing room has gone viral on Chinese social networks like Weibo and WeChat, and the Chinese government is very displeased. A spokesperson for the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) says that the video has “clashed with socialist core values” and that “internet users are highly concerned and strongly condemn the acts.” Oh, yes, I’m sure that’s why everyone was sharing it. Because they were concerned. Mmmhmmm.

Uniqlo’s Japan headquarters have, however, denied that the video was a marketing stunt and released a sort of tepid statement, saying, “We would like to remind the public to uphold social morality and use our fitting rooms in a correct and proper way.”

If you want to watch the (admittedly pretty hot) video, you’ll have to head over to vk.com (link obviously NSFW) and sign up for an account, but in my humble opinion it’s worth the effort, if only to stick it to the CAC.

[The Guardian]

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