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Chinese Blogger Arrested After '3,000 People Took Up Her Offer Of Free Sex'

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Chinese Blogger Arrested After '3,000 People Took Up Her Offer Of Free Sex'

A teenage blogger probably wasn't expecting the reception she received when she boasted on social media that she would have sex with anyone...for free. It's a bit of a strange thing to do, but hey, it's 2018, anything can happen I guess.

The 19-year-old woman, known as Ye Mouyi, put up the offer online and the Daily Mail reports a whopping 3,000 people rocked up to her hotel room to take up her offer.

The now-deleted post reportedly said: "Who's coming to get me...to have sex...for free."

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The teenager then added her hotel room number and told her fans she was staying at the Wanda Hilton Hotel in Haitang Bay, Sanya, on Hainan island of southern China. Why you'd do this is beyond me but here we are.

Sure enough, people thought the post was genuine and quickly raced to get to the hotel. I'm not sure whether these people thought they would be the only ones to take up the offer or whether they would have to wait in line and take a number or something.

The hotel's phone number was also bombarded with calls from other people who wanted more information about the guest, something that ifeng.com reports had a 'serious impact on the hotel's normal operation'.

Despite Ms Mouyi deleting the post, the beast that the internet is, it was screenshotted and sent to hundreds of people.

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Credit: AsiaWire
Credit: AsiaWire

Ye started freaking out over the stunt as people kept ringing her phone and banging on her door. Eventually she called reception and asked to check out and be escorted from the hotel to Sanya Phoenix International Airport.

The 19-year-old was eventually arrested for 'disrupting the order of units and soliciting clients in public places cases of prostitution'. Is it really prostitution if you're doing it for free? Apparently in China that's a resounding yes, and the blogger was reportedly fined 500 yuan (£57).

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Credit: AsiaWire
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According to ifeng.com, because Ms Mouyi used the social networking site WeChat to send out her 'free sex' offer, that counts as prostitution.

Ye said she thought people would realise that she was joking when she posted the message and was genuinely surprised that people took it seriously. We've all been there when we've sent a sarcastic text message and the other person clearly didn't get the joke.

But this is on a whole new level.

Take this as a lesson folks, don't offer your body for free on social media - just in case, you know, you were thinking about it.

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Topics: Sex, Social Media, Community, China

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