Guangzhou Government Official Caught Chatting Online Naked
This past June, U.S. House Representative Anthony Weiner resigned after pictures from his “sexting” on Twitter were discovered by the public. Coincidentally, on June 21st, the same day Weiner stepped down from office, this Guangzhou official’s sexting pictures spread fast on popular Chinese microblogging service Sina Weibo, eventually making it into the pages of the Guangzhou Daily newspaper.
From Guangzhou Daily & NetEase:
Baiyun district Disciplinary Committee and Supervision Bureau: “Nude Chatting” New Roads Director not found to have violated regulations or the law
Baiyun District Xinshi sub-district office director caught in “Nude Photos Gate.”
Recently, pictures of Baiyun District Xinshi sub-district Director Liu Ning’s nude chat have become popular on many microblogs and online posts. Reporters discovered five nude screenshots attached to the posts. In the screenshots, a man known as “Liu Ning” is seen stark naked, wearing a jade pendant around his neck, arching his back, and staring into the camera with a big smile on his face. Among the five screenshots two are of his body exposed while wearing tight underwear briefs, two are half naked, and one even revealing his reproductive organ. Two of these screenshots show this man wearing a headset as if he’s excitedly chatting online. The background seems to his home office.
Websites even posted a “2011 January 24th Baiyun District Xinshi sub-district Director Liu Ning sends regards to family planning poor households” news photo downloaded from the “Baiyun Information Website”. Netizens compared the news photo with the internet post screenshots and stated that the man in both photos are the same person.
“Nude chatting” suspect Baiyun district Xinshi sub-district Director Liu Ning stated during telephone interviews with the media stating that he had seen his web chat photos several days ago, has already reported to the organization, and if the reporters want to learn more about the situation, they must go through normal organizational channels to do so. He also said, “I think, I will trust/leave it to the organization.”
Yesterday, Baiyun Disciplinary Committee and Supervision Bureau in response stated that the content and photographs on the internet have indeed caused a negative impression within certain limits. The district Disciplinary Committee and Supervision Bureau have attached a high level of importance to this matter, immediately carrying out an investigation, but have not yet found Liu Ning’s behaviour to have violated regulations or laws. Leaders of the district’s Disciplinary Committee and Supervision Bureau have already discussed and reminded Liu Ning, requesting of Liu Ning that regardless of the situation he should pay attention to his image and exercise caution in his behaviour. In addition, addressing netizens reactions and other questions, the related organization leaders will carry out further verification, and if it is found that [Liu Ning] has violated regulations, it will resolutely be investigated and dealt with accordingly.
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