The Chinese cruise ship Shanghai Princess has come under fire for an orgy aboard its ship.
| REUTERS/China Daily A new book by a Chinese author, entitled “Carnal and Indecent,” details an orgasmic sex session with passengers aboard the Shanghai Princess.
The book was published this week in China’s state-run Xinhua News Agency, and details a 20-minute sex session between one of the ship’s five crew members and at least one woman, who were not the crew members.
The book, which is titled “Sex of the Seven Stars,” says the passengers were “lucky” to have experienced a sexual encounter with the ship, the Shanghai Times reported.
According to the book, the crew member was “delighted to find that the Princess’s passengers are not just lucky, but also strong and courageous.”
It also said the princess was “curious” about the sex, and said that the crew was “a little jealous,” according to the Shanghai News.
The author also revealed that one of her “friends” had been the first to come to the Princess after the sex.
The Shanghai Times said the story was published on Tuesday, with the author’s name and photo published along with the caption: “The princess was not amused.
It was as if she was looking at her own naked body.”
The Shanghai News reported that the sex session was recorded by CCTV cameras, and was uploaded to social media on Thursday.
After the sex with the crew, the hotel had to take “a good look” at its surveillance cameras, the newspaper said.
It also reported that hotel staff did not know about the sexual encounter until after the fact.
On Thursday, Shanghai Mayor Wang Yu, a member of the city’s Communist Party, announced that the hotel would be forced to remove the “sexual perversion” from its CCTV cameras.
The Chinese government has been criticized for its lax stance toward the pandemic.
According to CNN, the country’s health ministry has issued a list of measures to combat the pandemics, including a new law that requires people to stay at least 30 meters away from public places, and has banned the use of electronic devices in public places.