By Sharon Kwok
A few young ladies appeared in front of the Shenzhen Book Mall, claiming to be ”anti-corruption agents” who will use beauty traps to expose corrupted Chinese officials.
Dressed in sexy costumes with handcuffs and whips in hand, they held signs with a hotline and slogans that said:
”Being kept as a mistress is a shame, but exposing corruption is glory. Repent and start over again. Play the badger game well and revenge!”
”Mistresses are also people’s warriors and servants.”
”Warning stepdads (common euphemism for men in power who keep mistresses) out there: beware when you’re feeling good!”
A man who played the role of a corrupt official was ‘publicly tried’, looking distressed with a cardboard hanging around his neck that read ”public enemy”. Supportive cries could be heard from surrounding crowds. It seems mistresses have finally found pride in their ‘missions’.