Police officers in China show off 'bucket waists' to promote traffic safety

Police officers in China show off 'bucket waists' to promote traffic safety
Police officers hold the buckets stuck with road safety slogans.
PHOTO: Sina Weibo

In recent weeks, a new trend called "A4 waist challenge" has swept the Chinese social media, where women were holding a piece of A4 paper vertically to cover their waists, in a way to show off their trim waistlines.

Here, a group of traffic police officers in Zigong city, Sichuan province followed the trend: posing behind water buckets with road safety slogans stuck on, to encourage people to obey the traffic rules, Sina.com.cn reported on Friday.

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