Das hier ist zu gut um ein Fake zu sein: In einem chinesischen Kaff haben sie bei Grabungen einen „mysteriösen Pilz“ gefunden, haben die Nachrichten geholt und nach Recherchen festgestellt, es handele sich einen „lingzhi mushroom“. Hat sich dann als Masturbations-Kombotoy mit Arschloch und Vagina entpuppt. Die Moderatorin tut mir ja schon ein bisschen leid jetzt.
Xi'an Up Close 《西安零距离》, an investigative journalism programme which airs on Xi'an TV, has become a national laughing stock after airing a report on June 17 on a "mystery mushroom" which was discovered by villagers in a rural part of the city. […]
Reporter Ye then begins to describe the curious object as the camera pans in on it. "As we can all see, this looks like a type of fungus, on both ends of which you'll find mushroom heads." "On this side, you can see what looks like a pair of lips," she adds. "And on that side, there is a tiny hole which extends all the way back to this side. The object looks very shiny, and it feels really fleshy and meaty too." "I've done my own research on the internet," says the afore-mentioned villager. "It's a type of lingzhi mushroom, called the taisui." [Editor's note: Taisui refers to 60 celestial generals named in the Chinese zodiac.] […]
Eagle-eyed viewers who saw the report on Sunday immediately identified the mystery mushroom as a double-headed masturbation toy with an artificial vagina on one side and an artificial anus on the other.