Jobless models dress as beggars to protest China car show ban

Jobless models dress as beggars to protest China car show ban

As models were banned at the Shanghai auto show this year, the now-out-of-work beauties staged a protest, reported qq.com on Monday.

The models dressed up in "rags" and pretended to beg curbside outside Metro City in Xujiahui Station.

The unemployed models carried placards reading "we want to survive!" and lamenting that all their efforts to slim down had been in vain.

Netizens who supported the models said they should be given work because they are indeed attractive, while others agreed with the ban because the cars should be the focus of the exhibition, instead of the scantily-clad girls.

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