The Funeral Strippers' End

Five people have been detained in China for running striptease send-offs at funerals.

Although it means you can say, "Oh, it's what he would've wanted" and really mean it.

Apparently having a stripper at a funeral used to be more common. Maybe I mean "more popular". It's always going come across as common. It was used as a way to boost the number of mourners, as large crowds are seen as a mark of honour.

As a mourner, why would you want to be known as someone who only turns up to pay your respects if you think there's a chance of seeing some boob? And would it really be that sexy? If it's an open casket, that'll kill the mood.

Local officials have now ordered a halt to "obscene performances" and say funeral plans have to be submitted in advance. Well hang on, if someone can submit funeral plans in advance they are probably a cold-blooded murderer.

But I agree with the stricter policy. I don't think a funeral is the place to have a stripper. I wouldn't be seen dead at such an event. And for once that phrase means something, as that's one of the available spaces.

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