A California man who has been the subject of controversy in China for his sexual exploits across Asia is drawing further outrage from Chinese media for his latest video.
David Bond, a “pick-up artist” and coach who has spent time across the Pacific since 2013 bedding local women and secretly recording his encounters.
He attracted widespread notoriety last year for a video he shot in Hong Kong and then uploaded to his Youtube channel of two Western foreigners purportedly “stealing” the female partner of a Singaporean man he labeled as a “Chinese guy.”
Since then, the 29-year-old Bond, who also sells an online guide teaching others how to “get laid in Japan,” has been treated as a public enemy by the Chinese press. Seizing on his infamy on his Youtube page, Bond calls himself “the most hated man in Asia.”
In one of his latest videos, titled “Guy Quits Job to Travel — My Epic 16 Months of Unemployment,” Bond can be seen with numerous local women in collected footage documenting his travels across Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam and Thailand. As well, the video includes various Chinese media reports on Bond and his exploits.
According the Nanfang, Chinese news reports have warned citizens to “strongly despise the acts of this womanizer” — omitting any mentions of his name — since the video’s release.
The video has amassed over 570,00 views, as well as a majority scathing comments and dislikes, since its upload on Dec. 22.