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Jiangxi businessman pays model Mo Lulu 100,000 yuan to breastfeed him

PUBLISHED : Monday, 21 October, 2013, 7:33pm
UPDATED : Wednesday, 23 October, 2013, 12:52pm
 

A businessman offered a young model 100,000 yuan to breastfeed him during a group dinner in Jiujiang, Jiangxi province. And, astonishingly, she accepted.

Mo Lulu, a young singer and model, gained nationwide notoriety after circulating a series of "body mooncake" photos online in September, in which she had men eating mooncakes off her nude body.

She grabbed eyeballs again at the Jiujiang automobile show on Friday, standing next to luxury automobiles in alluring poses and scanty underwear. She then lay on a stage and allowed people to place fruit on her body.

This time, she has gone one step further. China National Radio reported on its website that at a private dinner after the automobile show, Mo breastfed a man who paid her 100,000 yuan. According to the report, the businessman called Mo “mom” every time he took a sip. Other people at the dinner took photos and uploaded them online.

Once again Mo has become a target on Chinese social media.

“WTF, really whoever breastfeeds you is your mother huh?!” a commenter posted on Weibo.

Another wrote, “Your mother is really young, just like your daughter.”

While some people condemned Mo for her shameless self promotion, others asked if her behaviour not only violated moral standards but also broke the law.

“Doesn’t this count as prostitution in public? What is the police department doing?” a commenter from Zhenzhou wrote on Weibo.

Cui Xinjiang, a lawyer from Henan province said, “This case violates laws regarding acts of prostitution, but it is not a criminal offence. However, both the businessman and the model should be jailed for 10 to 15 days and fined, according to The Regulations on Administrative Penalties for Public Security.”

He also explained that whether the local police took any action depended on the motivation for circulating the photos. If the aim was only to promote the model and create a sensation, usually the police department wouldn’t get involved.

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