China Isn’t Happy About This Uniqlo Sex Tape

A sex tape shot in a Uniqlo changing room at a Beijing mall started making the rounds this week on Weibo and WeChat (a social networking site and a messaging app). The video shows two people, who reportedly met at the mall, making the most boring fitting room sex tape ever. You don’t even get to see dongs going in. But if you really want to watch it, the NSFW video is here. You have to download the video so you have to ask yourself, “how badly do I want this?” Oh, ok. I see you’re already at the “prove you’re human” part. Well, then.

Anyway, China isn’t too happy about this because it doesn’t conform to the country’s “socialist core values.” China thinks this was a marketing stunt by Uniqlo which Uniqlo denies, denies, denies.

“We would like to remind the public to uphold social morality and use our fitting rooms in a correct and proper way,” said Uniqlo.

“We also firmly deny some online allegations saying the video is our publicity stunt.” Uniqlo said in the statement.

Looks like the only logical solution is to place HD cameras in all of the fitting rooms. To make sure no one uses their fitting rooms inappropriately. Not to film other sex tapes in hi-def and landscape mode like they ought to be.

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