The next public decency project for Paula Bennett: erotic Banana eating


Eating a banana in an “erotic” manner while being broadcast on live-streams has been banned in China as part of the government’s attempts to crack down on “inappropriate” content on the internet.

Hosts of the live-streaming sites are now required to monitor all their output every minute of the day, but it is not clear how they will be able to enforce the ban.

Wearing stockings and suspenders during a live-stream is also now prohibited.

Wow.  That’s severely going to effect China’s GDP.   Although I’m sure creative actresses will be moving to small cucumbers and other slightly elongated fruit.  

A recent survey revealed 30-40 percent of the subjects in live-streams are students, and 77 percent of the viewers were male users, CCTV News reported. According to the New Express Daily, 26 percent of the viewers are under 18, while 60 percent of those being broadcast are younger than 22.

The move has bemused many social media users, with some wondering how authorities decide what is “seductive”.

“How do they decide what’s provocative when eating a banana?” one person asked, according to the BBC. Another wondered: “Can male live-streamers still eat them?”

I doubt that works out the same.


Anyway, Paula, seductive banana eating on-line during live streams.  Time to get the NZ Censor’s Office onto it.


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