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The Chi­nese are cer­tainly nonon­sense if noth­ing else.

Work­ers at a home ren­o­va­tion com­pany who fail to com­plete their tasks are forced to drink urine, eat cock­roaches or get belt-whipped. It makes the strained life of a Ja­panese salary­man seem like a breeze!

Other way­ward em­ploy­ees have to shave their heads or drink wa­ter from a toi­let bowl. Worse, their salaries are with­held for a month.

And ev­ery­one else gets to watch the pun­ish­ment be­ing meted out.

Three man­agers at the com­pany were jailed from five to 10 days for hu­mil­i­at­ing oth­ers, ac­cord­ing to a so­cial me­dia post by the lo­cal pub­lic se­cu­rity bureau.

As we all held our breath for the re­sults of Brazil’s iconic Miss BumBum con­test some­thing went awry at the fa­bled in­sti­tu­tion.

One of the fi­nal­ists ripped the sash off the win­ner and — gulp — ac­cused her of hav­ing a bo­gus bum. Fight­ing words if there ever were.

Now, Aline Uva — who placed in the rear of the pack — has been banned from all fu­ture com­pe­ti­tions, Miss BumBum and oth­er­wise.

Uva blasted the even­tual Miss BumBum win­ner Ellen San­tana: “Her butt is plas­tic.”

She added: “I’m the only one who de­serves to be the win­ner.

“I played by the rules and my bumbum is 100% nat­u­ral, un­like the win­ner who has a plas­tic bot­tom.”

Founder Ca­cau Oliver later said: “This is a com­pe­ti­tion where feel­ings run high, these fights are part of it.

“But it will be bad for her and for us if she doesn’t give back her win­ner’s rib­bon.”

San­tana said it wasn’t just about her per­fectly pert pos­te­rior, char­ac­ter counts too and “women around the world” look up to her.

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