- Ciara Sotto spent the holy week in Japan together with her family
- A video of Ciara 'pole dancing' in Japan's subway train went viral
- Netizens bashed her train stunt, they said she's not being mindful of the proper behavior and train etiquette in Japan
Ciara Sotto, who happens to be a professional pole dancer, is currently making the rounds on social media, when a video of her 'pole dancing' in Japan's subway train surfaced online.
We would often hear that there are proper behavior and manners to observe while in Japan. Foreigners are often reminded to be mindful of their culture so as not to offend Japanese locals.
The video from the YouTube channel of OFFcam shows Ciara hanging on to the train handles and did a leg split while she's on midair.
Watch the video below:
However, most netizens find this disrespectful of the Japanese culture. It is common knowledge that there are certain rules of train etiquette observed in Japan.
Netizens reminded Ciara and their group to be mindful of their behavior as this could make Filipinos appear to be disrespectful.
Read some of the comments from netizens below:
"Barriotic!Tsk. Maski sa Pilipinas gawin 'yan, di magandang tingnan. Kung gusto maglambitin, sa gubat gawin! Haist. Super ingay pa. Parang kanila lang ang mundo! Parang walang urbanidad."
"ok lang tumawa ng malakas dahil nageenjoy sila sa vacation nil but the point is yung mag-lambitin ka sa loob ng train dahil kung may nakakita sa kanya na official ng train na mapa disneyland kamo bibitbitin yan sa loob"
"Research muna ng rules and regulation ng japan bago pumasok dito... mabuti’t walang nagsumbong sa mga official ng train im sure huhuliin yan dahil bawal dito ang magbaging sa loob ng train.."
"And you think that was funny?? Didnt u know that japanese people dont even answer their phone while inside the train as a sign of respect to others who want to take a nap or something? Wheres ur reapect to them? Did u even care about other people on the train? Is that how u act in public places in other countries? My gosh that wasnt funny at all and not entertaining."
"naku po Tito Sen, paki palo po tlga pagdating nila jan sa Pinas, kx po bawal n bawal po yan gagawa ng eksena dto lalo na po ang mag-ingay sa loob ng train.. kapag ssakay po kmi ng train nka-manner mode po dpat ang celf.. kc bawal n bawal po nag-ingay sa loob ng train.. paki-remind n lng po pra di po tayu lumabas na walang manner tayung mga Pinoy.. "
"you are missing the point of the people who commented negatively to this video. It has nothing to do with being with family or having fun. It is about respecting another country's rules with regard to public transportation."
"ay bawal po yan sorry to say, since mukhang may katabi pa kayong japanese.. respeto na lang din po sana tapos po, ang ingay pa"
"Not funny please observed proper decorum you’re not in the Philippines you’re in Japan"
"This is so off here in japan pls. Behave properly!"
"Di niyo po bahay yan. Wag masyadong entitled."
"Bawal po yan sa Japan"
Meanwhile, some netizens think otherwise, saying that Ciara and her family were just having fun and there's nothing wrong with that.
Read their comments below:
"It is cool ...be yourself...wala ka namang sinaktan ...be hapoy"
"Haaay ewan ang daming negative kaagad , eh bakit dito sa Europe pag in group ang mga Japanese maiingay din.Lalo dito sa Germany ang daming Japanese tourists dito ."
"Nagkatuwaan lang nmn makareact nmn yung iba akala mo mas masahol pa sa taga japan wag nga masyadong judgemental ung iba wala na agad manners komo nag ingay di ba pede nagkatuwaan lang."
Ciara Sotto is the youngest daughter of Sen. Tito Sotto and Helen Gamboa.
She has a son named Vicenzo Jose or Crixus, born in March 2015, with businessman Jojo Oconer.
They got married in 2010, but as of January 2016 they have already separated.
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