We previously told you about the story of the Dongguan Taxation Bureau being caught touting adult products on its official website. But if there is a competition among government departments to compete for the bawdiest, raciest and most salacious official website, Huidong county’s health department is nabbing this one for sure by directly linking to porn websites from its official web page.
This was made publicly known after a university student surnamed Li was randomly clicking through the website in the hope of finding a job in the bureau. Little did he know when he clicked on a link to Huidong No. 2 People’s Hospital, one of the bureau’s subsidiary units, he hit the motherload: pictures of scantily-dressed women in racy positions, and Chinese ads for naked chatting and prostitution. This obscene content was planted in notable places on the page, according to descriptions from Nanfang Daily.
A random click onto any linked picture shown on the website leads you into something that’s even “more obscene to the eye,” according to the report. How obscene it is? We will leave that to your imagination. But it’s so obscene that Li believed that his computer had gotten infected with some kind of virus. Days later, the contents were still there, Li said.
Strangely enough, there was no reaction from the department in regards to anything abnormal about its website even after 15 days when Li first found the porn sites.
When contacted by a journalist about the “extra health services”, the bureau said they were completely in the dark about the situation and claimed the site was hacked. The bureau stated they had reported the matter to the local police.
Next time, don’t blame bureaucracy for slow service at the health bureau. Bureaucracy itself is hampered by health officials cowering behind their computer screens and watching…well you know what.
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