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Sexually-frustrated Chinese Men Are Pretending To Drown So They Can Grope The Female Lifeguards…

We know there are 33 million more men than women but WTAF!!??

Photo: China News

In 2014 there were 33 million more men than women in China. That’s out of a population of 1.36 billion, a consequence of their famously dark one-child policy, which saw millions of female babies aborted because of their gender or abandoned at birth.

As a result it can be pretty hard for a guy to get a date. So hard it seems that some Chinese men have been pretending to drown so that the female lifeguards would save them. The men have then groped the lifeguards as they were trying to rescue them. True story!

Photo: China News

The problem has gotten so bad that the lifeguards, part of the all-female White Swan Women’s Rafting Rescue Team, who work in Sanmenxia Canyon in the Henan Province in central China, have had to be fitted with hidden cameras to protect them. The cameras are disguised as grass.

Photo: China News

A rep from the local tourist office told China News:

“We want to discourage people from putting their lives and the lives of the girls at risk, with dangerous stunts. The cameras are more to protect the safety and dignity of the female lifeguards themselves rather than anything else.”

“The gadget will be used to record, and use as evidence, any inappropriate behaviour displayed by men who purposely jump into the water and pretend they need help, in an attempt to come in to physical contact with the girls.”

He hopes: “The cameras will help to root out uncivilised behaviour, or at least help to decrease the number of incidents.”

We hope so too, but they should probably stop showing Baywatch reruns just in case.

H/T The Telegraph

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