Nude Man Rides Scooter Through Guangzhou

By Gary Bailer, May 26, 2017

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In Guangzhou, a man was recently spotted riding an electric scooter in the nude, according to a resident surnamed Wang who reported the incident to Tencent News.

The sighting happened shortly after 10pm on May 24. Wang was driving in the fast lane with a friend when he saw the unnamed man on Guangyuan Lu. According to Wang, there were plenty of cars on the road at the time but no pedestrians.

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Wang said the 'birthday suit' biker kept pace with their vehicle for 2-3 kilometers before turning at the junction of Guangyuan Lu and Tianshou Lu.

Where he was going is anyone’s guess, but we hope it was to get clothing – as exposed skin tends not to fare well against pavement in the event of an accident.

[Images via Tencent News]

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