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NSFW: Uniqlo sex video goes viral in China: Girl identified.

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How did one department store sex video in China go viral?

Leaving Chinese citizens aghast is a video of a couple who came to have sex at a Beijing Uniqlo store, which has since triggered a police investigation after the saucy visage of the pair in a non descript change room went viral on social media.

NSFW: Uniqlo sex tape leads to 6 arrests, including couple

The one-minute video shows a clothed man filming himself and a naked woman, and appears to have been taken in front of a mirror in one of the store’s changing rooms.

In the background a Uniqlo store announcement can be heard welcoming customers and identifying the store’s location. Indeed.

The footage was posted to Chinese social media site Weibo on Tuesday night and accrued (naturally) millions of views before being removed from the site. People were also spreading the clip through private messaging apps.

The hoopla has led to some posing for selfies in front of the now-infamous store in Beijing’s Sanlitun neighborhood.

Non surprisingly, Uniqlo, a Japanese shop that has a reputation as a destination for basics, has found itself taking on on a new edge at its flagship Beijing location.

Nevertheless speculation has mounted that Uniqlo the outlet itself could somehow be involved in the facilitation of the video as a kind of marketing stunt (why decline, right?). In turn,  Chinese police are now investigating whether the video was indeed orchestrated by the outlet. Do you suppose? 

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Seeking to distance itself from the scandal (or not?) the clothing outlet issued a statement on Wednesday, according to the Shanghai Daily, to ‘remind the public to uphold social morality and use our fitting rooms in a correct and proper way.’

Adding: ‘We also firmly deny some online allegations saying the video is our marketing gimmick.’

According to a report via mashable, The Cyberspace Administration of China, the government’s online watchdog, has met with two of the country’s web companies, Sina and Tencent, as part of an investigation into how the video went viral. 

The government statement called the ‘indecent’ footage recorded in the store ‘a serious violation of socialist core values.’ The Cyberspace Administration put the responsibility on the businesses behind the social networking sites to ‘further enhance awareness of social responsibility.

Adding fissure to the case, Chinese social media users have now begun a virtual witch hunt for the girl in the footage, according to a blog post from What’s on Weibo. On Thursday, a Weibo account was removed that was believed to be associated with a college student whom some have identified as the woman in the video.

According to China.com, the couple’s names are Hou Tianxu and Yutian and they are thought to be students at the Business College of Beijing Union University.

Hou Tianxu fuelled speculations with his online posts yesterday.

‘I don’t know whether it was the virus on my phone or my laptop. The video was recorded because my girlfriend and I had to spend some time apart. 

‘I hope everyone can give us some private space, let this go and don’t pressurise my girlfriend and I.’

Yutian also posted on her account admitting that she was the naked woman in the video.

Nevertheless, since the messages were posted, both accounts have interestingly come to be deleted. Can you guess why?

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Uniqlo sex video

Uniqlo sex video

Uniqlo sex video

Uniqlo sex video

Uniqlo sex video

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