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Beer sucking game at restaurant causes debate

Beer sucking game at restaurant causes debate

Monday, January 06, 2014, 17:27 GMT+7

Many customers at a restaurant in Da Nang City said they were surprised at a game on New Year’s Eve in which three young women held baby bottles containing beer under their armpits while men sucked on the bottles.  

The game is causing public debate as some say it looks very offensive while for others, it’s just a fun game and should not be criticized.

On New Year’s Eve (December 31), Big Boss restaurant in Hai Chau district organized a music show and some games for their guests.   

After the music show ended, an MC invited three women and three men divided into three pairs to participate in a game. Each woman was provided with a baby bottle containing beer and was asked to carry it under the armpit.

When the MC shouted to start the game, the men sucked at the bottles and won applause from some audience.

Many customers at a restaurant in Da Nang City said they were surprised at a game on New Year’s Eve in which three young women held baby bottles containing beer under their armpits while men sucked on the bottles.  

The game is causing public debate as some say it looks very offensive while for others, it’s just a fun game and should not be criticized.

On New Year’s Eve (December 31), Big Boss restaurant in Hai Chau district organized a music show and some games for their guests.   

After the music show ended, an MC invited three women and three men divided into three pairs to participate in a game. Each woman was provided with a baby bottle containing beer and was asked to carry it under the armpit.

When the MC shouted to start the game, the men sucked at the bottles and won applause from some audience.

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