South Africa’s ruling party has denounced the practice of eating sushi off the bodies of bikini-clad models as being “defamatory, insensitive and undermining of woman’s integrity” after a series of scandals.
Reportedly the practice of eating sushi from the bodies of scantily clad or naked women, called “nyotaimori” in Japanese and known there largely as a result of its popularity overseas, has taken off amongst the South African elite, with top politicians from the ruling African National Congress courting scandal by attending such parties.
Responding to the ensuing media circus, the ANC formally condemned the practice:
“This act is anti-ANC and antirevolutionary. This act is defamatory, insensitive and undermining of woman’s integrity.
The ANC is not into nightclubs or partying, but it is a revolutionary movement.”
Being a revolutionary movement apparently makes them more concerned about what a few wealthy food fetishists get up to behind closed doors than the rather more disturbing plague of rape and sexual violence their nation is notorious for.