Viral Uniqlo Dressing Room Sex Video Is A Draw For Authorities And Tourists

Posted: Jul 17 2015, 10:29am CDT | by , in Also on the Geek Mind

Viral Uniqlo Dressing Room Sex Video is a Draw for Authorities and Tourists
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A smartphone video of a couple having sex in a dressing room of an Uniqlo store in China went viral. Now tourists and the Chinese Communist authorities take noticeVi.

A sex video recorded in a dressing room of an Uniqlo store in China popped up on WeChat this week and has gone viral. It shows a young couple filming themselves while having sex. The video is only a minute long but spread like wild fire online. Now the store branch of Uniqlo in Sanlitum has now become a tourist attraction. Yibada reports that there are even T-Shirts sold Taobao with screen grabs of the video.

Some speculate that Uniqlo is behind the video. The fashion brand denies this sharply. The Shanghai Daily carries a statement of Uniqlo: "We would like to remind the public to uphold social morality and use our fitting rooms in a correct and proper way. We also firmly deny some online allegations saying the video is our publicity stunt."

It is very unlikely that Uniqlo is behind this video, especially in China.

The Chinese Authorities have also noticed the video and is condemning it and forces online platforms in China to delete the video. The WeChat account had been deleted soon after the publication of the video. The police is investigating the case to identify the promiscuous couple.

The author writing this is actually wearing a Uniqlo Poloshirt as he writes up this report. The Uniqlo stuff is very comfortable to wear.

Uniqlo is a Japanese brand that is wholly owned subsidiary of Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. Uniqlo Japan had 852 stores at the end of August 2014. Since the first store opened outside Japan in 2001, UNIQLO International has expanded to 633 stores, including 374 in Greater China (Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan), 133 in South Korea, and 80 in Southeast Asia and Oceania. We have enjoyed rapid expansion in Asia and are developing a fullfledged store network in the United States.

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