Cop Dresses In Drag For International Womens Day Warning

Story ByBuli LiangSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyAsia Wire Report

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This is the bizarre Chinese police video that features a cross-dressing cop warning women of the dangers of online dating as part of an International Women’s Day campaign.

District police from Shunde in the city of Foshan in the south-eastern Chinese province of Guangdong shared the campaign clip on social media for International Women’s Day on 8th March.

In the footage, a male officer is seen wearing a top that has ‘suspect’ written on the front in Chinese.

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The cop jumps into the air and suddenly turns into a ‘woman’ with a long wig, make-up and feminine gestures.

At the end of the unusual video, an arresting cop shows up and handcuffs the ‘suspect’, who hides his face with his hand.

The officer says: “Shunde Police remind you, be careful of the risks of cyber dating.”

According to local media, the cop campaign has been widely shared by netizens on the Chinese social media site ‘Weibo’.

Netizen ‘Xiagai Yige ID’ commented: “I am aroused by the gesture of you touching your lips, please tell me how to be so sexy.”

Shunde police replied: “Dude, you have a problem in your head.”

‘Kaka BuKa’ said: “Sirs, I have watched this video over 10 times!”

Shunde police remarked: “You are likely to be cheated online.”

Meanwhile, ‘Red Eye Rabbit’ wrote: “He looks so beautiful, he makes me ashamed to be a woman!”