Friends, the internet just keeps giving – like this story of a Taiwanese Councilor, a well-known politician, who passed away at the age of 76 in December 2016. Of course, the local Taiwanese News would cover such a story –
ESPECIALLY WHEN HE HAS A POLE DANCING FUNERAL PROCESSION!
Thanks as always to the great Reporters at “RocketNews24.com”, who explain how this wacky funeral happened:
“Telling his brother via a dream through the afterlife two days before the funeral, local councilor Tung Hsiang wanted a funeral procession of jeeps with poles sticking out the top and 50 beautiful dancers using those poles the best way they knew how!”
While I don’t speak or understand Taiwanese, the following news story makes it clear that this was a public procession, as you can see from all of the pictures shared on social media of the event:
Here is the entire news story from Taiwan – I love how their newscast look, and of course, you get lots of women pole dancing while the funeral parade goes by:
This picture taken on January 3, 2017 shows a pole dancer performing on top of a jeep during the funeral procession of former Chiayi City county council speaker Tung Hsiang in Chiayi City, southern Taiwan. Fifty pole dancers clad in black bikinis gave one Taiwan politician a raucous final send-off in an eyebrow-raising funeral parade that jammed traffic and drew crowds of onlookers. / AFP / STR / Taiwan OUT (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Thanks to “STR/AFP?Getty Images” for this picture, which was taken on January 3, 2017 showing a pole dancer performing on top of a jeep during the funeral procession of former Chiayi City county council speaker Tung Hsiang in Chiayi City, southern Taiwan – and thanks as always to the folks at “RocketNews24.com” for sharing this story – there are a lot more photos and videos at their website, which you can see here:
I will start saving now if I can have that group of babes dancing at my funeral.
In fact, why wait until I’m dead?
Best wishes, Pete.
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Pete, my favorite part is that this request came to the brother AFTER the Politician had died….um, OK!
One way for the brother to spend the dead guy’s money, and have some funeral fun into the bargain. Works for me!
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