China publicly shames someone for wearing pyjamas in public. Watch

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-51188669
Honest to god we always joke about worrying about a dystopian future - we're in the dystopian present lads. Imagine the daily mirror posting your driving licence because you had the nerve to wear socks and sandles.
All jokes aside, this is legitimately terrifying and should be remembered when police are wanting to bring in facial recognition technology with a huge failure rate. We don't need more and more surveillance, because I don't want BBC news to shame me in 50 years for wearing mismatched patterns.
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A woman? There's s surprise.
I've seen hundreds of women doing this but never a man.
Go figure.
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so stupid

I would wear pjs outside
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I've seen them dropping their kids off at the school gates in pajamas.😬
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i would not say no to seeing people walking around in see through pj / lingerie, especially ..ladies

but there is so much people can accept, and in this changing world people needs to be presentable in public areas
including on those nude beaches ..naked
going into any casino...there are dress code...trousers for men etc
fancy restaurants etc..dress code

can you accept people walking on the high street in pj ?
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Mostly are people that could be guests on Jeremy Kyle. 🤗
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I don't agree with the posting of pictures but would support any shop refusing to serve someone who comes in there wearing pyjamas. I'd also support a school refusing access to a parent who did the same.
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(Original post by Just my opinion)
A woman? There's s surprise.
I've seen hundreds of women doing this but never a man.
Go figure.
I've seen several men wearing babygro... sorry tracksuit... It's "sportswear" but they don't look sporty
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China needs to get their priorities straight
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love my pjs
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The only thing more stupid than getting offended by someone wearing PJ's in public, getting offended over people getting offended...
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That is a far better look than we see around here in summer. There’s nothing more attractive than a man walking the streets in his shorts baring his tan lines from a vest. Yuk

Edit. Spelling
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So wearing pyjamas isn’t acceptable but eating that bat soup stuff is? They should be more concerned about unhygienic wildlife markets and food which lead to virus outbreaks than someone’s outfit choice.
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