A woman who was working at a restaurant in China where she has sushi served off her body struck a man who she accused of getting frisky with his chopsticks.
The incident took place at a restaurant in the city of Taiyuan, where an extravagant feast was spread out on a table, Shanghaiist reported.
The woman can be seen lying down wearing a flesh-colored top and shorts, while sushi was displayed on her body.
A video posted online shows the model sitting up and confronting one male customer who she said had done something “unspeakable” when grabbing sushi from her body with his chopsticks.
She then appears to throw something at him and gives him a shove before the video ends.
At first, the woman thought his actions were unintentional, but she later realized that he was taking advantage of her, according to South China Morning Post.
The practice of eating sushi on a nearly-naked woman originated in Japan, where it is called “nyotaimori”, which literally means “to serve (foods) on the female body”.
This case was not the first in China.
In June 2015, the 14th Shenyang International Car Exhibition in Shenyang invited guests to enjoy some sushi placed on young models’ bodies as they lay down on top of the vehicles.