Topless models’ car wash fundraiser falls short of RM865 target


Taiwan’s YouTube channel U2M2 invited three handsome Taiwanese men to wash cars with the goal of raising NT$6,000 (RM865) for public welfare. Photo: Courtesy of U2M2

A car wash fundraiser is a fun way to raise valuable funds. Such charity events are commonly seen in western countries but not in Taiwan.

Against this backdrop, Taiwan’s YouTube channel U2M2 recently invited three handsome Taiwanese men to wash cars with the goal of raising NT$6,000 (RM865) for public welfare.

In the video, they first tried to flatter the female customers in the cars, making them elated. The car wash service let the first guest pay NT$2,000 (RM288).

When they washed the second car, they even played games with the driver, saying sweet words along the way.

After the game, the customers couldn’t help but say: “What a surreal experience.” All three guests were quite satisfied with the car wash service.

At the end of the video, the macho men announced that they had only raised a total of NT$4,800 (RM692) though. The production team said they will make up for it to reach the expected amount of NT$6,000.

Responding to the video, many have left messages praising “The guests are happy to enjoy their good figures.” One commented: “One of them looks like Eddie Peng. – The China Post (Taiwan)/Asia News Network

All for a good cause. Photo: Courtesy of U2M2All for a good cause. Photo: Courtesy of U2M2

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