Just when you thought you had seen it all, the Chinese internet comes up with a new and titillating “challenge.”
Earlier this week, the “Heart-shaped Boob Challenge” (桃心胸挑战) hit Weibo, inviting female netizens to post pictures of themselves molding their breasts into the shape of a heart. The challenge managed to catch quite a bit of attention with over 1.6 million views currently, but attracted only a handful of participants.
As you might expect, the photos that were posted were quickly deleted from Weibo by censors, but can still be viewed on cached versions of the site.
According to What’s on Weibo, the challenge was inspired by Ayi Xi Tai Lǜ, a live-stream host who demonstrated the tricky maneuver to her fans on one of her late-night sessions last month.
Recently, China has been attempting to crack down on the country’s booming live-streaming industry in which camgirls compete to attract viewers by pushing the boundaries of modesty as far as they can.
In the past, a number of nonsensical fitness challenges have gone viral on Weibo with women showing off their “A4 Waists” and “iPhone6 Legs,” all culminating in last year’s memorable “One Finger Challenge.”
[Images via #桃心胸# / What’s on Weibo]
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