For working hard to help build Singapore with their bare hands, migrant workers at Tuas South Dormitory were treated to a pole-dancing routine as part of the Lunar New Year celebrations and festivities.
A video of a pole dancer doing her thing on a makeshift stage with a pole was put up on TikTok on Jan. 21.@ripon129 #foru ♬ original sound - Ripon (🌹)
The Chinese New Year event was apparently held at the dormitory on Friday, Jan. 20.
What video showed
The 33-second video showed the dancer in a two-piece black pole wear and red heels twirling around the pole to Michael Bublé's "Feeling Good".
Whoops of delight were heard when the dancer stretched out her leg in the direction of the crowd.
However, one man seated right in front of the camera gave a split-second face palm when that happened.
The woman completed the routine by balancing on a chair using her core and touching her heel.
Mothership has reached out to the dormitory for comment and will update this article if we hear back.
The orange pillar seen behind the stage is regularly seen in photos featuring the interior of Tuas South Dormitory.
Responses to the video were split.
Those who were critical said this sort of dance does not represent Chinese culture or Lunar New Year.
On TikTok, a majority of the comments condemned the dance and questioned its appropriateness during this festive occasion.
Many were critical of the choice of dance, as it was risque and not in line with Chinese New Year festi...