Shocking wedding footage shows bridesmaid being groped by SEVEN laughing guests while others watch and record the assault
- Video shows a bridesmaid being sexually harassed by at least seven men
- The male guests pressed her onto a bed and groped her at the same time
- A dozen other men laughed and took photos while the woman was struggling
A shocking footage showing a bridesmaid being sexually harassed by a group of guests has again raised concern about the Chinese wedding antics.
The young woman was pressed onto a bed and groped by at least seven male guests while more men were cheering in the room, the video showed.
This is one of the many videos recently emerged in China which have shown the rude behaviour of unruly wedding guests.
The beginning of the clip shows the woman, believed to be a bridesmaid, had been forced onto a bed by several men.
A group of male guests, wearing suits, kept fondling over her body.
As the woman struggled, one man pressed his hand over her face to avoid her from getting up.
Although she attempted to cover her chest, a guest managed to slip his hands into her dress to grope her breasts.
All of the men were laughing while molesting the helpless woman.
There were a dozen other male guests in the room witnessing the process. None of them offered help; instead some took out their mobile phones to snap photos.
The disturbing video clip, posted to video-sharing platform Miaopai on December 19, had already attracted over 1.7 million views.
It was captioned by user 'Happy Zhangjiang': 'It is too disgusting. A video shows a bridesmaid being molested at a wedding.'
The user went on: 'Are you sure these men are not zombies invading the house?'
The uploader did not state when and where the video had been taken. Some viewers suggested the guests were speaking in Shaanxi dialect.
The 10-second-long clip has sparked an outcry on the social media platform.
One user condemned the male guests: 'They are a group of beasts.'
While another asked: 'They haven't seen women before?'
A third one said: 'These wedding antics should be abolished.'
A number of similar videos have emerged on the Chinese media recently, showing the rude behaviour of wedding goers as well as the sexually suggestive wedding games played in China.
Two such videos were seen in late October. In one of them, a bridesmaid was groped by a blindfolded guest at a wedding; while in another a group of male guests started stripping the bride in front of the groom.
Last month, a different video showed a couple had been forced to have sex as their guests gleefully cheered.