A Chinese university is cracking down on couples getting to first base in the school cafeteria.
By Chinese base standards, that means spoon-feeding or chopsticking each other affectionately while eating on campus, according to Shanghaiist.
Students enrolled at the Jilin University of Architecture school were surprised to find on Wednesday that the school had updated a new code of conduct online. The regulations forbid a number of other public displays of affection including holding hands, cuddling and kissing.
The new code of conduct was intentionally published a week before the Single’s Holiday. Students were mostly amused by the school’s crackdown on public displays of affection.