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Look Out: Perverts Using Crazy New Ways To Take Nefarious Upskirt Pics

Posted: 06/23/2014 8:22 pm

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When the weather heats up and people wear fewer layers of clothing, you can bet the perverts will come out of the woodwork.

The most recent case of sexual deviancy reported in the Pearl River Delta took place on June 19 in Nanping, Zhuhai. A woman browsing in a book store became suspicious when a man kept following her, trying to slide his right foot under her dress. When police confronted the man, it was discovered he had a cell phone hidden in his sandal and was trying to take upskirt photos with it.

READ: Pervert Caught at GZ Metro Station Snapping Upskirt Pics

Another news report documented an incident on May 26 when a passenger on the Guangzhou Metro named Ah Cheng spotted a pervert. Upon getting on Line 1, Ah Cheng noticed a man peering at a cell phone while standing next to a woman in a crowded train, and became suspicious. Ah Cheng noticed the man was holding a shopping bag with his other hand and was trying to maneuver it underneath the skirt of a woman that was standing next to him. Ah Cheng moved to confront the man.

It what appeared to be an impromptu cell phone photo of the pervert in action (seen above) has now become a full video with multiple angles that also appears to star Ah Cheng himself:

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READ: Woman Forbidden from Wearing Anti-Pervert Shoes onto Plane

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Elsewhere in China, six sex perverts in Fujian Province were tried and convicted on June 4 for using a camera to spy on unsuspecting victims. The group had set up cameras in the women’s bathroom of the local university where they had taken some 40,000 pictures.

But the most sensational method of taking pervert pics involved the use of a cane with a spy camera. As reported by the People’s Daily, a nefarious man employed demonstrated the dastardly trick at a car show, revealing to the audience how it’s properly done.

READ: Factory in Dongguan Puts Cameras in the Bathrooms to Catch Smokers

The report also revealed that 10 seconds of footage is somehow worth RMB 500-1000.

Pornography is illegal in China. While R-rated movies with brutal violence are regularly broadcast on weekend mornings and afternoons, nudity has yet to appear on national television, making its broadcast a more private affair.


Photos: People’s Daily, Guangzhou Public Safety


Incident at Shenzhen bus stop lands a man in jail; questions over what happened

Posted: 12/3/2012 7:00 am

A man has been sent to jail after a relatively minor altercation at a Shenzhen bus stop as the city cracks down on uncivilized behaviour.

A pregnant woman in Longgang District claims she was groped from behind by a stranger while she was waiting for the bus, according to Shenzhen Satellite Television, but the man had a different story.

The woman, surnamed Li, was standing at Minle bus stop with her aunt, minding her own business, when she was frightened by somebody grabbing her shoulder from behind. Initially, she thought that it was her husband but she turned round to see a perfect stranger who she reported to the police.  The man claimed he just “bumped into her”.

The woman’s aunt saw fit to take the man downtown to Minzhi Police Station where he defended himself.

The pregnant woman and her relative described the physical contact between the two as a “bearhug” whereas the man said he just bumped into her at the busy bus stop.  The truth must be somewhere in between, as the man has been detained for 15 days.

We told you in July about how the Shenzhen Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress was introducing measures to combat gender inequality, including laws against sexual harrassment.

Earlier this year, Shenzhen launched a drive to promote civilized behaviour and its buses and subway trains are all adorned with signs urging people to give up their seats to pregnant women.


Two drunken women haul Shenzhen taxi driver from vehicle, beat him for 20 minutes

Posted: 11/26/2012 7:00 am

We’ve all had disagreements with taxi drivers in China at one time or another, but two women let their tempers get the best of them and began beating a driver in Shenzhen after a dispute late last week.

Two women dragged a cab driver out of his car and beat him for around 20 minutes after last Wednesday (November 22), according to Shenzhen Satellite Television.

The women accused the driver of sexually harrassing them but the taxi company expressed doubt over these claims, noting both women sat in the back of the cab.

A representative of the taxi company, Mr. Zheng, said the cause of the dispute was the women’s inability to pay the fare after arriving at their destination.

According to one witness, the women dragged the driver out of the car and beat him for around 20 minutes. The driver did not retaliate. The witness said he could smell the alcohol on the women despite being a few yards away.

The witness also said the women accused the driver of trying to charge them 100 yuan for the journey, even though the meter was only at 50 yuan.

The driver said the reason for his non-retaliation was fear of retribution from the police. The women became increasingly rabid as they beat him and even used their high heel shoes to kick and stomp him.

Unsurprisingly, this isn’t the first time a Chinese taxi driver has felt the wrath of angry passengers: in a similar incident in 2010, two drunken women took their shoes off and beat a female cab driver repeatedly, according to

The installation of security cameras inside taxis, which has been planned in Shenzhen and implemented in Hangzhou and Qingdao, could help get to the bottom of such disputes.

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