A woman appeared on the streets of Hong Kong to “sell her body to bury her father” and her “dead father” was actually a well-known Chinese director | International | QUANTITY

A woman appeared on the streets of Hong Kong and said she would sell her body to bury her father. (Photo / flip from FB)

Recently, a post went viral on the Internet The content claimed that a young woman appeared on the streets of Mong Kok, Hong Kong. The woman said she would sell her body to bury her father and asked for a fee of 300,000 Hong Kong dollars (equivalent to about NT$1.147 million) The woman’s strange behavior also caused many netizens to discuss it.

There have been many posts on Facebook recently, claiming that a woman wearing a flowery dress appeared at the intersection of Argyle Street and Sai Yeung Choi South Street in Mong Kok, Hong Kong on the afternoon of the 6th. sit directly on it. On the street, there is a card next to him, with words written in simplified Chinese such as “know the ancestors and return to the family, the family is rich, know the spirits and return to the west , people go to the empty building, sell their bodies to bury their fathers” and other words. There is also a tablet computer with a picture of a man on it.

The woman’s behavior naturally aroused the curiosity of many people, and some people came forward to ask the reason, but the woman excitedly said that her mother had asked him to do it, and said even more emotionally, “300,000, I want 300,000!”, “My mother said she wanted 300,000, why do you have to come and ask me! My mother said she wanted 300,000, not me!” But most of the time, women unwilling to respond to public questions. During this time, the woman even shouted in poor Cantonese, English and Korean. It wasn’t until after 8 o’clock at night that some people threatened to call the police, and the woman left in a hurry.

Afterwards, sharp-eyed netizens noticed that the woman’s so-called “selling her body to bury her father” was just a gimmick or fake, because the man on the woman’s tablet was not the “dead father” as everyone guessed, but a Chinese 46 Xu Jizhou, a well-known director at the age of 10, has recently sparked a phenomenon-level appetite for watching dramas with the help of the TV series “Hurricane”.

Netizens noticed that the so-called deceased father of the woman was actually Xu Jizhou, a well-known Chinese director. (Photo / flip from FB)

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