- The scheme was part of a class teaching the women how to find a husband
- ‘I thought they were looking for Pokemon’ an onlooker said
- They stripped down to their underwear asking for the equivalent of £1
- The women paid £250 GBP to enrol on the three-day workshop
These Russian girls had an unusual way of raising cash to go on a shopping exhibition – by stripping down to their underwear and asking motorists to give them money to buy clothes.
It was all part of a locally organised workshop teaching young women about how to find a husband in which apparently stripping naked and asking for cash for clothing was one of the lessons.
The bizarre incident took place at night in the city of Kazan in central Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan.
Footage made on a smartphone by one of the passers-by shows the bunch of young women in their underwear asking for 100 RUB (1 GBP) per motorist for clothing items.
One of the half-naked women said on the camera: ‘Do you have 100 roubles for a T-shirt. We are going to Nizhniy Novgorod. This is a quest. Please help us.’
Local media said that seven young women had been involved in the stunt, stripping down to their underwear to make the unusual appeal for shopping cash.
The scantily clad young women didn’t seem to struggle in stopping cars and getting drivers to part with some change
This activity was part of a course that aims to help women improve their chances in finding a husband
A man, who drove up behind the women, filmed and stopped to talk to one of the girls. Each paid around £250 for the three day workshop
Stop please: one young women tries to flag down on coming traffic. One netizen said ‘I thought they were looking for Pokemon’
The girls wanted the equivalent of a £1 from each motorist to buy clothes . One social media user described them as ‘brainless idiots’
The motivation behind the action was even more bizarre when local media revealed that all the young women were taking part in a workshop aimed at teaching them how they should behave in order to get married.
The women had apparently paid some 25,000 RUB (250 GBP) to take part in the three-day event.
Netizen ‘Andrey Ol’ said: ‘I thought they were looking for Pokemon.’
And online user ‘123’ added: ‘They are all brainless idiots.’