A group of masked women caused controversy in China by dancing in the street in their underwear in a bid to find husbands. The eight young women said they were coming under intense pressure from their families to settle down before "it was too late".
They braved the weather to strip down to their bras and pants outside a subway station in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, and danced for passers-by. The girls handed out sheets of paper with their personal details and the kind of men they hoped to marry, reports Guangzhou Daily.
And they held boards with slogans such as: 'Brother, marry me!', 'My mom is pushing me for marriage!', and 'Time flies, let's date!'.
Calling themselves the 'Crazy Beauties', the women said they had deliberately timed the event to coincide with International Women's Day.
Organiser Xing Zi said: "We planned this to stand as a declaration. This is to prove we have enough confidence and determination."One participant, Xiao Xuan, explained: "We think we are beauties, but we can't find our Mr Rights. Our age is close to 30, so we have to do something."
Another dancer, with the nickname Ali Nerd, said her mother was driving her crazy: "She calls me all day long, nagging me to get married," she said. The show attracted hundreds of people with many onlookers applauding the women and taking their pictures with mobile phones. ( Report Innews)