Mysterious vixen performs pole dance in Nanjing metro

16:22, June 07, 2010      

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The mysterious lady who performed pole dance in Nanjing metro.(Agencies)

Though it has only been operating for a little over a week, subway line 2 in Nanjing was twice used as the stage for a pole dance

On the afternoon of June 1, a lady in red suddenly grabbed a post in the carriage and performed a sexy pole dance as the train was passing one of the stops. One day later, a lady in black did the same thing in a running train. Passengers took out their cell phones with cameras and took photos and footage of her.

Later, the video appeared on the Internet, garnering massive hits. Some netizens compared the two pieces of footage and found the two dancers seem to be the same person, and she is was identified as a dancer who had appeared at the 2010 Automobile Exhibition in Nanjing.


Dancers' shoes and postures are usually proofs to presume their identities. (Agencies)

By People's Daily Online/Agencies

(Editor:王寒露)

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