Sun, Jan 24, 2010
The Daily Chilli
Undergrad wins bra unhooking contest

An undergraduate is the fastest "bra unhooker" in Taiwan.

The student of the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology unhooked all the bras worn by eight models within one minute at a competition.

He walked away with TWD5,000 (S$222) cash prize, Taiwan's TVBS reported.

"This is the first time I unhooked a woman's bra," claimed the student.

The event on Thursday was held in conjunction with an automobile expo in Kaoshiong to attract visitors.

A total of eight people including an elderly man took part in the competition, which required them to unhook the models' bras with only one hand.

At another car expo in the country last week, the organiser hired several models to go for a dip in a bubble foam bath at the venue in Taichung.

The models wore bikinis.

While playing in the foam bath, one of them had her top pulled off by accident.

Photo: The Daily Chilli

No one at the event noticed it until the model refused to stand up after all the them were asked to leave the "bath tub".

The model told the host that she had lost her top, resulting in the other models entering the tub to help her find it.

The incident received numerous criticisms from the people. Some even believed that it was a gimmick arranged by the organiser.

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