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PRC WOMAN ARRESTED FOR COSPLAYING AND WEARING A “KIMONO” & NOT WEARING CHINESE CLOTHES

Recently, a police officer yelled and tore off a woman wearing a yukata for a photo shoot in front of a large crowd in China.

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The police pointed out that the woman was not wearing Chinese clothing and called her out for “picking quarrels and provoking trouble”, and brought her to the police station for investigation.

Afterwards, the person concerned said with emotion, “It turns out that I have never had the freedom to dress and speak freely.” The incident sparked heated discussions among netizens.

A cosplayer (coser) recently posted on Weibo that he went to an event with a friend recently and wanted to shoot a scene in the Japanese anime “Summer Time”, so both of them were wearing kimonos, but they were caught. A police officer stopped him for questioning.

In the video, a woman in a Japanese yukata says: “We’re here to take pictures today, what’s the matter?”

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Policeman: If you wear Chinese clothing, I would never do it, but you wear a kimono. (The police can’t tell the difference between a kimono and a yukata), “talk to me, are you Chinese? So now, if you don’t cooperate and are suspected of picking quarrels and provoking trouble, then you can go back with me (the police station) and take it away.”

Throughout the process, the woman whispered to the police: Can you yell at me like that?

The netizen who posted the post said that many friends advised her not to expose the incident, and the police also threatened her not to disclose the incident online. , chat records, etc., confiscated clothing, deleted photos, and forced her to write a 500-word review report.

The joke is the Police man’s uniform is not even Chinese-style clothing, buttons and collars. That’s western.

Full Video of Incident:

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