Recently a Weibo tweet with the title ‘Strong Chengdu woman rapes a man on street’ has gone viral on Chinese social media. Although some Chinese fear the woman might be HIV positive and intended to revenge men in this way, many Chinese male netizens express their disappointment that they were not the ‘lucky’ man.
According to the tweet posted by Weibo user @幽静迷途
, on the night of February 28, a mighty woman was spotted near the Jiuyan Bridge in Chengdu, capital city of southwestern China's Sichuan province, apparently drunken, pushing down a passing young man onto the roadside lawn. Quickly taking off her trousers, the woman with strong sexual desire sat down right on the man, who at first struggled to push away the woman but gave up the resistance in a few seconds. After certain period of time, the woman stood up, put on her trousers, crossed the pedestrian crosswalk and disappeared in the dark night.
The post has been retweeted for more than 20 thousand times within days since it was published. And several thousand Chinese netizens have left their comments, with some Chinese men expressing their intention to fly to Chengdu to wait for the good luck (of being raped by lascivious Chengdu women).
Anyway, the incident has not been verified and many Chinese are supposed to doubt the possibility that a woman needed to release her libido by raping a man or was capable of doing so if the man did not cooperate.