China tourism introduces ''bikini babe mud-wrestling'' to attract visitors
China tourism has introduced bikini babe mud-wrestling in order to increase visitor numbers.
London: China tourism has introduced bikini babe mud-wrestling in order to increase visitor numbers.
Zhangjiajie`s tourist board was slammed on China`s social networking site Weibo for fighting dirty by organizing a no-holds-barred mud fight between 24 models, the Daily Star reported.
One critic Lien Kung said that this got nothing to do with tourism as this could only appeal to old men and perverts, unless they were promoting prostitution as a tourist attraction.
But, organizer Jie K`ung claimed that it was harmless entertainment as they were showing that they could be as exciting as any other part of China.
Visitor Shi Feng said that it was great to watch models trying to stuff mud down each other`s bikini tops and one had most of her costume ripped off.
After the about 30 minute, the models went for a wash in another local beauty spot, the Feitan Waterfalls, which is one of China`s top views.
Feng admitted that he wasn`t paying much attention to the falls as he was too busy concentrating on other sights.