Seniors facility ‘very sorry’ for hiring stripper, says intention was to ‘make them happy’

About a dozen elderly men in wheelchairs at the Taoyuan Veterans Home, a state-run facility for retired Army personnel in Taiwan, were entertained by a stripper who got literally in their faces and allowed them to fondle her.

Taoyuan Veterans Home offers long-term care for people with dementia and other disabilities and caters to retired Army personnel, according to its website.

The men seemed to enjoy the provocative show but there was severe backlash after word got out, prompting the nursing home to profusely apologize. It appeared that there was staff on hand just in case pulses raced a little too enthusiastically during the spectacle.

The adult entertainer was paid by the nursing home to participate in the celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival. It is a significant holiday in Chinese culture where rice and wheat harvests are celebrated.

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The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most revered holidays in Asian culture according to China Highlights. In China, the celebration is marked by reunions, thanksgiving for harvests, and prayers for good fortune. The annual event is also known as the Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival and occurred on September 10th this year.

The raunchy performance was filmed by one attendee and then posted to social media on Thursday, September 8th. It immediately went viral.

A masked stripper in sparkly red and black lingerie did everything from spreading her legs on the floor to getting up close and personal with the men, who seemed thrilled at the prospect. She even gave one elderly man a lap dance while shoving her breasts in his face. He responded by fondling her. Later on, she tenderly stroked the man’s bald head as she finished her performance.

The other men in attendance clapped and laughed along, loving every minute of the sexually performative show.

When word got out and complaints rolled in, the nursing home released a statement apologizing for the show, “The intention of the event was to entertain residents and make them happy. We are very sorry for the offense that was caused.”

A spokesman for the nursing home noted that Mid-Autumn Festival parties were canceled at the nursing home for the previous two years due to the pandemic. To lift residents’ spirits, they arranged for the stripper to perform for them.

They reluctantly acknowledged that the erotic dancer’s display of her wares was a bit “too enthusiastic and fiery,” and that they would be “more cautious” when planning entertainment events in the future.

The nursing home attempted to deflect from the incident by stating that there was a more sedate game of bingo and some karaoke in an adjoining nursing hall. It is likely that the attendance of those events was not nearly as populated as the one for the stripper.

Ironically, it’s being boasted that everyone kept face masks in place and were COVID-safe even though pawing and exposure of various body parts were involved.

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