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Chinese police micro blog posts tips to stop Peeping Toms
The pictorial guide includes a geometric formula that calculates the posture, angle and distance at which a man could look up a woman's skirt when riding up an escalator or in other similar situations that provide opportunities for peeping.
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Detailed instructions for women on how to prevent men from looking up their skirts have been making the rounds on China's Internet, sparking a heated debate.

Posted by the Zhejiang provincial public security bureau, the pictorial guide includes a geometric formula that calculates the posture, angle and distance at which a man could look up a woman's skirt when riding up an escalator or in other similar situations that provide opportunities for peeping.

Liu Zhongmin, spokesman for the Zhejiang provincial public security bureau, said a female colleague posted the information to their official micro blog as on Wednesday.

"We're not the original author of these pictures and formulas, but we browsed a great amount of related information to select what was most useful and did the editing. Look at this first picture. It was reported by a netizen," Liu said, referring to a photograph in which a man put his cell phone camera under the skirt of a woman at a bus stop.

"We receive lots of complaints about indecent acts toward women every year when the weather turns hot, and we felt the need to do something," he said.

Liu said locations like supermarkets, bus stops and escalators are places where women are vulnerable.

He suggested a few simple self-protection measures, such as wearing leggings underneath a skirt or pulling the shopping cart behind the back to prevent men from sneaking up from behind.

 

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