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A secondary school in China has sparked controversy after a teacher was filmed wiping cosmetics off female students' faces before letting them enter the campus.
A spokesman of the school in rural Guizhou Province said many students had been wearing heavy makeup to class and the school decided to ban the act.
Students - 'left-behind - Children - Parents - Cities
He said most of the students were the so-called 'left-behind' children whose parents lived and worked in big cities, therefore teachers felt responsible to look after them and provide them with proper guidance.
The incident took place yesterday outside the Number Three Secondary School of Sansui County, reported Beijing News.
Student - School - Holiday
The student were said to be returning to school after a holiday.
The footage shows a group of girls queuing outside the school in front of one teacher, who takes the rag and scrubs it on one girl's face, wiping off her makeup before dipping it into the bucket and moving on to the next pupil.
Clip - Witnessing - Teacher
The short clip was said to be filmed by a witnessing teacher.
He can be heard yelling in the local dialect 'that red eye-shadow is trending this year' when his colleague rubs the face of one student.
Video - Weibo - China - Equivalent - Twitter
The video has gone viral on Weibo, China's equivalent to Twitter, sparking a debate on whether or not it is appropriate for students to wear makeup.
A poll on the social media platform shows 64 per cent of participants...
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