A tradition called ‘naohun’ practiced at weddings in rural China has infuriated social media users…
While most cultures tolerate petty pranks on brides and grooms at weddings, an ancient tradition practiced in China has crossed the line of tolerance and angered social media users.
VIEWED MILLIONS OF TIMES, RECEIVED 13K COMMENTS
Images of a marriage ceremony held in eastern China’s Shandong province on January 19 were shared on Weibo, China’s popular social media application.
The video, which was watched millions of times, received approximately 13 thousand comments and became viral on social media.
THEY OFFICIALLY TOUCHED THE BRIDE
The outrageous video shows a group of men spraying foam on a woman in a traditional red wedding dress, while a burly man holds the bride tightly.
In another scene, it is seen that about 7 men are trying to form a human pyramid over the bride. One of the guests tries to stop them, but fails.
The video, which caused the reaction, ends with the guests pressing the bride and groom’s heads to pay homage to each other.
CAUSES INJURY TO THE BRIDE AND GROWTH
in china ‘naoh’ The history of this tradition, called the Han Dynasty, dates back to the Han Dynasty. However, this tradition, which was seen as entertainment in the past, has turned into torture in recent years.
Strange tradition practiced especially at rural weddings bride and not only humiliates the grooms, but also injures many of them.
ChineseSCMP, one of the biggest newspapers in ‘naoh’ He wrote that the tradition has caused many complaints in recent years, and that in some weddings guests are even taken to the police station.
The same tradition caused the bride’s bridesmaids to be injured at a wedding held in previous years and again caused reactions.
“HOW CAN A HUSBAND SUBSCRIBE THIS?”
social media users post images ‘When will this tradition end?‘ one of the commentators rebelled. ‘how can a husband put up with this?’ he asked.
Another user stated that there is no way to stop this tradition, especially in rural areas, “The only way is for more people to leave the countryside and head to the big cities.” said.