Sushi model claims man attempted to molest her with chopsticks.
Sushi model claims man attempted to molest her with chopsticks.

Naked sushi model fights man who groped her

A HALF-naked 'sushi table' model got her revenge on a frisky customer who tried to grope her with his chopsticks.

The model, who was wearing beige underwear, was stretched out on a bench at a restaurant in the Shanxi province in northern China when she accused a diner of molesting her.

In a video taken of the incident, which has gone viral, the model is seen yelling at a man in polo shirt and jeans, claiming he did "unspeakable" things to her.

The South China Morning Post reported the woman first thought the man's actions were unintentional but then believed he was taking advantage of her.

 

The raw fish and sushi fell off her body as she sat up to confront the man, and she threw food at him. The worker then climbed down from the table and threw plates and pushed herself through the crowd, while onlookers continued to film the drama.

The man stood and looked at her as she shouted at him angrily.

The restaurant offered a "naked" sushi experience, which in Japan is called Nyotaimori.

It's a traditional practice that was born from the samurai period in Japan. It would historically take place in a geisha house to celebrate a victorious battle.

The models are expected to stay still and not talk to those eating.

The practice has many modern day critics who describe it as decadent, humiliating, cruel, and objectifying.

News Corp Australia


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