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Chinese girls paid to crush small animals for fetish satisfaction
Woman squashes bunny to death
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Online reports say women in China are paid to video themselves crushing small animals to satisfy customers' fetishes.

According to citizen journalism STOMP, they are paid by overseas customers to crush kittens, puppies, rabbits or guinea pigs with high heels on.

A netizen said the women get paid around 6,000 yuan (about S$1,200) per shoot.

This information has come to light after a video surfaced online of a woman squashing a rabbit to death while laughing and posing for the camera.



» Netizens call for search for girl who abuses & kills little rabbit
» US Senate bans creation, sale of animal 'crush videos'

Chinese blogs have called for a 'human-flesh search' for the woman to uncover her to humiliate him or her.

Crush films were banned in the United States of America in September this year.

 

 

 

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