35-year-old Yako Chan, an actress from Taiwan, recently took to her Instagram stories to shed light on a peculiar incident that happened to her whilst on board a flight.
A passenger dropped a pink bra on her seat, leading her to question what were the circumstances that led to the woman needing to take off her bra, according to a report by China Press.
She posed the question to her followers, “什么样的情况需要脱内衣 (translation: “under what circumstances do you need to take off your bra”)
Was heading back from holiday
Chan was flying home from the Maldives following a holiday and was heading to Shanghai for a layover at the time of the incident.
During her flight, she was asleep at the time when the woman dropped her bra on Chan’s seat. On her immediate reaction, Chan said “我傻眼” (Translation: “I was shocked”)
Posting the photo of the bra on her Instagram page, Chan said that the other woman was the strangest passenger that she had ever met, questioning why the woman took off her bra.
Who is Yako Chan
Born on April 11, 1988 in Taipei, Taiwan; Yako Chan, whose real name is Zhan Yawen, began her entertainment career as a member of the 黑Girl (Hey Girl) girl group in 2005.
She then ventured into hosting entertainment programmes, as well as acted in a few television dramas and made guest appearances in a number of movies, including Please Love Her and One Night In Taipei.
During her high school days, Yako Chan took on the role of a stock secretary, a position that reportedly came with a monthly salary of 20,000 New Taiwan Dollars.
However, the controversy emerged when her ex-boss allegedly claimed to offer to “bao” her as a mistress for 30,000 dollars a month, a proposal she supposedly declined and resulted in her leaving,
Two years later, when questioned about the incident, Yako Chan’s account remained consistent with her previous statements about her role as a stock secretary. However, she altered the amount that her ex boss offered to her, reducing it from the initial claim of 30,000 to 10,000 New Taiwan Dollars.
The ex-boss, Cai Hankai, responded angrily to the allegations, accusing Yako Chan of initially proposing a sponsorship of 60,000 New Taiwan Dollars per month.
He claimed that he offered her the job based on her financial situation, even facilitating a trip for her family to return to South Korea.
However, according to Cai, Yako Chan allegedly pre-paid her salary, skipped work, and abruptly left her position. Furthermore, he asserted that after leaving, she even sent him text messages asking for a loan.