Vietnam police summon noodle seller after ‘Salt Bae’ parody video

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Bui Tuan Lam, 38, from the central metropolis of Da Nang, stated his intention in making the video, which exhibits him ceremoniously slicing boiled beef and decoratively sprinkling inexperienced onions right into a bowl of noodle soup, was to not mock any explicit particular person.

“The video I made was for enjoyable and for promoting my beef noodle store. Extra clients have been coming since I posted it,” stated Lam, who added it was not clear if the police summons was due to his video.

Final week, Gokce uploaded a video of himself feeding Vietnam’s Minister of Public Safety, To Lam, gold leaf encrusted steak at his London restaurant, the place a steak sells for as much as £1,450 (about $1,960).

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Days later, Fb stated it had unblocked the ‘#saltbae’ hashtag, having discovered the tag had been blocked globally after the footage emerged.

Police in Vietnam routinely summon activists and other people publicly important of the ruling Communist Occasion for questioning. Da Nang police didn’t instantly reply to an emailed request for remark.

Lam, who has beforehand criticized authorities on Fb, stated he had been “elevating his voice for a greater society”, and that police had beforehand summoned him for a gathering in April, with out saying why.

He described himself in a Fb put up uploaded alongside the video as “Inexperienced Onion Bae”.

Photos of To Lam’s golden dinner have triggered a stir each on and offline in Vietnam, with many questioning how such a high-ranking social gathering official allowed himself to be filmed indulging in such costly meals amid a state crackdown on corruption.

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