Outrage After Models Pose Nude At China’s Forbidden City For Photographer Wang Dong (Stop Giggling, That’s The Guy’s Real Name)
In the last couple months people have gotten their rocks off by getting nude and even filming porn at some of the world’s most iconic landmarks. First there was a porn filmed at the Pyramids in Giza, then there was a couple bumping uglies at Lion’s Head mountain in South Africa. Now Asia is representing because a nude photoshoot was done at the Forbidden City in China.
The Forbidden City is made up of 980 buildings that were completed in 1420 that housed Chinese emperors from the Ming dynasty to the Qing dynasty. The extraordinary landmark boasts the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987. So it would seem that this would not exactly be a prime location to film a nude photoshoot. But that did not stop photographer Wang Dong who was aroused by the famed scenery (No really, that’s the dude’s name. I thought it was a fabricated story too, but it checks out and was verified on the very reliable Independent).
Dong came to the attraction during the day to shoot naked models. Wang was oozing with confidence as he filmed while tourists were all around. The ballsy photographer uploaded the pics to the Chinese social networking site Sina Weibo and other websites.
The controversial pictures have sparked outrage and many want to whack Dong for desecrating the historic relics. Furious individuals believe Dong was hard-headed and didn’t have any regard for the onlookers or the sanctity of the imperial palace. Some had even harsher views and say that Wang is just a dick.
Meanwhile others have come to Wang’s defense saying that Dong was born to shoot naked women and we should celebrate Dong’s work.
— The Independent (@Independent) June 1, 2015