A man has hired 50 strippers to perform during his late father’s funeral procession as a final gift for him.
The procession by strippers was in memory of Tung Hsiang, who was 76 when he died in Taiwan
The funeral of a 76-year-old Taiwanese government official, Tung Hsiang, a former chairman of the Chiayi County Council, was turned into a fiesta by son who hired the services of exotic dancers for the funeral procession.
According to the Dailymail, the son of the late man hired 50 strippers to perform during his late father’s funeral procession as a final gift for him, as video footage of the procession which was captured on January 3 in Chiayi County, emerges online.
50 strippers were hired by the former official’s son to commemorate the man’s ‘love for life’
Speaking exclusively to Oriental News, the former official’s son, revealed that his father who died on December 14, loved life and so he wanted to ensure he had the best funeral possible.
Tung Kuo-cheng, said further that his father lived an exciting life and so he wanted his father to have a happy and exciting ceremony. He also said that his father had died from an illness and he was incredibly popular.
The funeral procession caused a traffic jam on Zhongzheng Road
The public memorial was held at 10am following a private ceremony. The funeral procession was large with 50 jeeps carrying the strippers and a further 150 vehicles involved in the ceremony.