A stripper appeared to elderly people in wheelchairs in a nursing home: "Sorry, we exaggerated"
The nursing home in Taiwan had to apologize for the decision to invite a stripper to perform for the elderly residents, who actually seemed very happy with what happened there.
The spokesperson of the place responded: "There was bingo in the hall next door"
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Thursday, September 29, 2022, 00:05
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The management of a nursing home hired a stripper who appeared in front of elderly people in wheelchairs - and now regrets the decision.
Taiwan's Taoyuan Nursing Home, a state-run facility for retired military personnel, hired the stripper to perform at Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations, an important holiday in Chinese culture where people gather to celebrate the season's rice and wheat harvest.
In a video taken earlier this month that has gone viral online, the masked dancer is seen in lingerie competing and giving an elderly man an erotic performance, thrusting her breasts in his face.
Later she lets him touch her breasts and penis before giving him a kiss on the scalp.
The elderly wearing masks are seen clapping enthusiastically.
This is how it looks
It was reported in the local media that the nursing home was heavily criticized following the videos published online and was forced to publish a statement in which it expressed regret for the incident: "The intention of the event was to entertain the residents and make them happy. We are very sorry for the harm caused."
The spokesman for the nursing home added that Mid-Autumn Festival parties were canceled at the nursing home in previous years due to the Corona epidemic.
To lift the spirits of the tenants, they organized a stripper to put on a show.
However, they admitted that the daring dancer's actions were "too passionate and fiery" and that they would be "more careful" when planning such events in the future.
They added that a more relaxed game of bingo and some karaoke was held in the nearby nursing hall.
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The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important traditional holidays in Chinese culture.
In China, the celebration is characterized by family gatherings, thanksgiving for abundance and prayers for longevity, success and luck.
Two of the most prominent hallmarks of the holiday are the preparation and sharing of moon cakes and the use of lanterns or lanterns hanging from houses and towers.
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