Chinese Police Forced to Disband Deadly Army of Japanese Schoolgirls

It’s not everyday when one encounters a battalion of Japanese schoolgirls invading the streets.

But that’s exactly what happened in China this weekend — 100 women dressed up as Japanese schoolgirls in an obvious attempt to catch public attention.

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However, their presence was halted by Shanghai’s Chengguan officers, who were clearly unhappy of whatever went on.

The “schoolgirls” donned an iconic ensemble of Japanese-inspired uniform: blouse-and-tie, short skirts and long socks. They were seen holding a paper mask.

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They occupied parts of Lujiazui and Tianzifang, Shanghaiist said. Why they showed up remains a mystery, though some netizens assumed they promoted a game or an app.

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Unfortunately, it did not take long before security officers found their presence disturbing. The girls were escorted out of the public scene.

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Off you go, girls.

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h/t: Shanghaiist

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