Is there a growing demand for hot female bodyguards in China?
A series of photographs showing hot Chinese women participating in a beauty pageant-type training for bodyguards has hit the web.
About 20 young women, mostly college graduates, took part in the session organized by the Tianjiao Special Guard/Security Consultant Ltd. on a beach in Sanya, Hainan province.
Dressed in swimsuits, the trainees were asked to run carrying a log on their shoulders, let people step on their abdomen, and demonstrate martial art skills during the period.
According to The International Business Times, the participants will undergo rigorous training for 8-10 months before they assume their responsibilities. The security company will offer the best trainee a chance to attend further study at the International Security Academy in Israel.
Statistics show that top female bodyguards in China earn as much as RM150,000 (S$61,726) a year, and they are only required to work four days a week.
[Photos via Reuters]