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Campus sets up anti-petting patrols

NANJING Forestry University has set up patrols to stop student couples from hugging, kissing, or sitting too close on its campus.

Hundreds of students have applied for the paid job, according to a patrol member surnamed Zhou, news Website reported today.

Zhou said the teams patrol from 10:30am to 9pm every day in two-hour shifts. They are supervised by a teacher, and an unnamed university official said the patrols would help "clean the atmosphere" on campus.

However, some volunteers have been verbally or physically abused, Zhou said. One sophomore student said on an Internet post that she was sick of people coughing meaningfully behind them when she was just sitting together with her boyfriend.


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