Video of an Ear Cleansing Session in China Sends Social Media into Frenzy

Video of an Ear Cleansing Session in China Sends Social Media into Frenzy

- A special session now exists for those seeking to have their ears cleansed, an emerging video has revealed

- In the clip that was received with mixed feeling, a man lies face-up as water from a kettle is poured into his ear

- The process involved has sent shivers down the spine of many people who submitted that they wouldn't want to try it out

There is a special session for those who wish their ears are rid of all dirts. This is quite different from the conventional use of cotton buds to clean the ears.

In a video shared on Instagram by @kingtundeednut, a customer seemed to be enjoying the ear cleansing experience being rendered by a lady as he lay face-up.

Thrilling Video of an Ear Cleansing Session in China Sends Social Media into Frenzy
Nigerians found the ear cleansing video hilarious Photo Credit: @kingtundeednut
Source: UGC

The man appeared relaxed as the lady filled his right ear with water from a kettle. She then went on to clean his ear with a cotton wool held by a thin long equipment.

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Nigerians received the video with mixed feelings. Many thought it was worth the while, others found it hilarious and tingling.

@iamsexysteel reacted:

"After this session tell me how u no go hear Chinese even if u are from calabar."

@yetundebakare said:

"I like it but Hope the water won’t get stuck in."

@officialmorientez stated:

"Omo chicken feather sweet die to clean ear."

China launches fully-automated garri processing factory

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a fully-automated garri processing factory was launched in China.

In the video shared by Ameyaw Debrah on his verified Twitter handle, a Chinese lady was seen showing how the factory operates and what function each machine has.

Garri is an indigenous food in Ghana and Nigeria that is usually manufactured locally from cassava and serves as a source of livelihood to many.

Social media users have expressed mixed reactions to the video.

Source: Yen

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