Woman Filmed on Shanghai Metro Removing Clothes and Modeling

Woman Filmed on Shanghai Metro Removing Clothes and Modeling
Nov 13, 2013 By eChinacities.com


Video Source:ifeng.com

A video has surfaced on the internet, probably because it’s the only place that would accept it.

An online video shows an unnamed woman riding the Shanghai Metro wearing an off-the-shoulder blue floral dress, black leggings and matching blue flip flops; the woman isn't satisfied with what she is wearing as she poses for herself in the reflection of the train windows.

And so, the woman reaches for a black leather jacket and ties it around her waist in the back. The woman pulls up her dress, momentarily flashing a black bra underneath, and straightens out the black jacket that she is now wearing like an apron. She then pulls up her dress and ties it like a halter top, fully exposing her backside to the commuters located behind her that are trying not to notice.

Her transformation complete, the woman paces back and forth in preparation for her flight as a newly emerged butterfly of fashion.

At this time the black leather jacket is slipping down affording more of her personality to shine through, but the camera person soon gets ups to leave, signaling the end of the video. It is his stop, and he is getting off.

Source: iFeng

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Keywords: video of Woman on Shanghai Metro

4 Comments

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Sinobear
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"...blue floral dress..." sounds like a certain Answers Forum member!

Nov 15, 2013 11:40 Report Abuse

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Guest2368048
comment|41361|263116

Trying to stand out from the crowd ("special", "unique") this way? Identity problem possibly --- still trying to figure out "who am I?"

Nov 15, 2013 10:21 Report Abuse

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sunsetlover
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Identity problem? in mainland China? no way. If there were 400 million like you in your country, you might have an issue also.

Nov 16, 2013 11:03 Report Abuse

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Mateusz
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"the camera person soon gets ups to leave, signaling the end of the video. It is his stop, and he is getting off." All it took was seeing one partially naked woman? I just hope he cleaned up after himself.

Nov 15, 2013 08:48 Report Abuse