'Ghost' in red spotted taking subway in Beijing

Updated: 09 Nov 2011
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A woman who wears a long red dress and a pair of red shoes with embroidery on them, appeared at Jingsong station and boarded a train.
 
A "ghost" wearing a long red dress, was spotted on a subway train in Beijing, China.
 
The woman who was also wearing a pair of red shoes with embroidery on them,  appeared at Jingsong station and boarded a train.
 
Passengers were apprehensive after seeing her standing still at the station alone in the beginning, but after finding out she was a real person, burst into laughter.
 
Many curious passengers took out their cellphones and cameras to record down the pale-looking "ghost-like" woman whose long hair covered most of her face.
 
Some even sat next to her to pose for pictures.
 
A clip of the incident, posted on the Internet has gone viral.
 
Netizens believe that it was a promotional stunt planned by the crew of Blood Stained Shoes, as "ghost" looks similar to the one in the movie.
 
The horror movie, helmed by Hong Kong director Raymond Yip Wai-man, is scheduled to be released soon.
 
Meanwhile, a subway worker said such "art" should not be conducted as the subway is a public place.
 
He said the subway management would stop a person from taking any trains if he or she creates problems for other passengers.
 
SOURCE: Daily Chilli
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