Shanghai's underwear girl spotted again... but is she a man?

By Ryan Kilpatrick, December 15, 2014

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Shanghai's infamous "underwear girl," previously spotted strutting her stuff on the city's metro network in and around People's Square station, has made yet another unexpected appearance over the weekend. 

This time, she appears to be shopping at the Wanda Plaza shopping mall by Wujiaochang. 

Discarding her previous leathery get-up, she's gone to the opposite extreme this time, donning bright pink top and bag as well as bold yellow undies. She hasn't parted with her knee-high black high-heel boots, though.

However, this latest appearance has only fueled rampant speculation online that she is in fact a he.

Scrutinizing her figure closely and critically, a majority of netizens now appear to be of the opinion that our protagonist is in fact a female impersonator. 

In fact, it may even be the notorious "Mini-skirt Brother" of Line 2 who terrorized the Shanghai Metro in 2012, back with a vengeance. 

More on this important story as it develops. 

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