Chinese beauty contest seeks out students with the best spaced nipples

A Chinese beauty contest has stirred up a  storm for dictating that its college student contestants reveal their nipples  are well spaced.

The contest is seeking to find the ‘ten most  beautiful college students’ in Hubei Province, according to Gawker.

The pedantic organisers are looking for  nipples no further than 20cm apart.

The contest, launched by the website Campus  Model, also has very strict requirements for the applicant’s bust, waist, and  hips.

‘We want the winners to be extremely  good-looking,’ one of the organisers told the Global Times.

‘We have based our criteria both on  traditional Chinese and more modern Western aesthetic values.’

A website staffer claimed research on the  perfect distance was carried out on the internet.

Many locals took to social networks to  criticise the contest and anyone who decides to take part in it.

‘Check out what the brain-dead college people  spend all day doing, then you’ll know why China can’t produce an Oxford,’ said  Sina Weibo.

Another said that the most handsome boy will  soon have to have the length and width of his penis measured.

So far a handful of women have agreed to have  the gap between their nipples measured in the hope of winning 10,000 yuan, or  approximately £1,000.

In contrast, competitions in the United  States, such as Miss America, have moved away from being purely based on  physical appearance.

The swimsuit and evening wear aspects of the  Miss America pageant now only count for 35 per cent of a contestant’s score,  with more combined weight being given to talent, personal interviews and a  candidate’s response to an onstage question.

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