Female security staff at China airport looks happy to body search HK star Louis Koo

Louis Koo went to China to film his new movie 'The White Storm 3'. Photo: Louis Koo/Instagram

Recently, a video of Louis Koo at an airport in China surfaced on Tik Tok.

It showed the Hong Kong actor going through security where a female airport staff did a body search on him.

Like many others who were taking photos and videos of the actor at the airport, the security staff must’ve been a fan too as she wore a smile while doing her job.

A fellow security officer was also smiling while observing the pat-down.

It was reported Koo went to China to film his new movie The White Storm 3, which co-stars Aaron Kwok and Sean Lau.

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The photo in question that has some netizens riled up. Photo: GoogleThe photo in question that has some netizens riled up. Photo: Google

After the photo of the smiling security personnel went viral, a news portal reported that some netizens questioned why a female staff was doing the search instead of a man.

Netizens also apparently commented that the officer was being unprofessional and believed Koo “must have felt uncomfortable having a female stranger smiling while touching him”.

However, a few others were more focused on "how lucky" the people at the airport were to have seen Koo in person.

"These opportunities do not belong to me," wrote one such netizen.

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