(Photo) Widow Hires Strippers For Coffin Dance At Husband’s Funeral

Mrs Jian Taiwan

A widow decided to give her husband the last gift to her deceased husband by hiring two St rippers to perform a s exy coffin dance at his funeral.

In the midst of the funeral ceremony two s exy half-na ked St rippers entered the hall, leaving family members and friends in a state of shock. The women got up to gyrate alongside the coffin and performed at least three dances, while others were watching with their jaws dropped. They then disappeared before the drums played and the coffin was taken to the awaiting car and the start of the solemn funeral ceremony.

While commenting on the situation, the man’s wife, identified as Mrs Jian, said her husband was a womanizer during his lifetime and she thought hiring St rippers would be appropriate to honour his memory. Now she can be sure that Mr Jian’s funeral no one would forget.

According to local media, Mr Jian suffered a stroke before his death in April, and Mrs Jian tried to satisfy his every need. Despite appearing to be a weird choice of ‘entertainment’ for such a sad occasion, Taiwanese funerals have often been known to feature St rippers since the trend became popular in the 1970s.

s exy dancers are often hired to attract crowds, as Taiwanese culture suggests the more people who attend the funeral, the more honour was given to the deceased. In traditional Chinese and contemporary Taiwanese culture this signifies that for an event to be fun or noteworthy it must be full of noise and crowds.

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