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A wedding reception has sparked outrage in China after video emerged of a pole dancer performing a racy routine in front of guests.
Wedding guests were left stunned when they saw a woman putting on a revealing show on stage at a reception in the city of Zhangjiakou, Hebei province.
The now-viral clip, posted on Douyin with more than 50,000 likes, shows the dancer splitting her legs and spinning around the pole just metres away from the guests.
She seductively poses and swings her body to the upbeat music in an apparent bid to entice the male guests at the wedding reception.
Most of the men are seen watching the performance in awe but some turn away and look at their phone instead.
Since the clip went viral last week, viewers shared their opinions and some agreed that pole-dancing was not appropriate at weddings.
One said: "What would the elderly think when they saw this at their grandchildren's wedding?"
"This is pretty embarrassing," a second wrote. "Some of them were trying so hard to keep a straight face while watching."
A third added: "There were also young children on such occasion, that's bit too much isn't it?"
Another pointed out that the pole dancer "stole the spotlight" from the newlyweds.
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This is not the first time pole dancers have been hired to perform at wedding receptions and viewers said they have seen similar performance at village weddings and "cheap" shopping mall shows.
Li Ming, a wedding planner in Zhangjiakou told SCMP: "There might be such hot dances in rural areas to attract attendance at funerals or weddings, but not in urban areas.
"I find it very vulgar and would not design such a performance at the wedding reception.
"That wedding reception certainly does not represent wedding reception trends, at least not in Zhangjiakou."
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