Taiwan woman hires strippers for husband’s funeral

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Date: April 14, 2015
BY Joel Landau

A woman in Taiwan ordered strippers to perform at her husband’s funeral as a final gift to her deceased life partner.

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Two women dressed in white and knee-high boots were hired to perform at the ceremony Sunday performing what The People’s Daily described as a “coffin feather dance.”

The woman, identified only as Jane, said her husband loved beautiful women and arranged for these drop-dead gorgeous entertainers to surprise those in attendance.

The strippers performed for three songs during the ceremony, which unexpectedly featured dance music. The performers disrobed a towel revealing a bikini.

They also gyrated around and on the coffin, according to PzFeed.

The performance snapped a few people out of their grief as they began filming the peep show with their phones.

But the service did conclude with a somber drumbeat as the attendees escorted the coffin to the gravesite, the newspaper reported.     [FULL  STORY]

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