Chinese Vlogger Offers Free Sex on Social Media, 3,000 Thirsty People Show Up at Hotel

Chinese Vlogger Offers Free Sex on Social Media, 3,000 Thirsty People Show Up at HotelChinese Vlogger Offers Free Sex on Social Media, 3,000 Thirsty People Show Up at Hotel
Chinese police recently detained a 19-year-old female vlogger after she told her fans in one of her live streams that she would have sex with them in her hotel room for free.
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The incident occurred on March 1 at the Double Tree by Hilton in Haitang Bay, Sanya, in southern China’s Hainan island when the female vlogger, identified as Ye Mouyi, uploaded the clip at 8:00 in the evening with the caption saying: “Who’s coming to get me…to have sex…for free.”
The teenager also included her hotel room number 6316 in her social media post.
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Ye, who is also known by her online name as Qianjin Yeye, arrived at Sanya on February 26 from Shanghai and checked in at the hotel at around 3 in the afternoon of that same day, according to Chinese news outlet ifeng, as translated by Daily Mail.
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The post went viral on Chinese social media later that night. Numerous people reportedly knocked on her door, and the concierge received several phone calls asking for the information of the person staying in the room 6316. Reports also claimed that around 3,000 people swarmed the hotel.
Ye then became scared as the number of people knocking up her door and calling for her on the phone increased as time goes by. The teenager immediately posted a reply in her post saying she was just joking and had begged her fans to stop looking for her.
Unfortunately, her fans didn’t listen to her plea. One of them even posted a video online showing his journey up to her room, while others posted pictures of her hotel room door on WeChat, a popular messaging app in China.
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The hotel eventually had to force her to check out at around 10:00 p.m. Clips of her being escorted out of the building by staff also made it online.
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Ye was later arrested by the police at the Sanya Phoenix International Airport on suspicion of advertising prostitution online where she received a 15-day detention as well as a fine of 500 yuan ($79).
In her statement to the authorities, Ye admitted that she only did the video and posted it online to attract more followers on her Weibo account, which has now been taken down.
Featured image screenshot via YouTube / 习包子
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