Cambodian government warned women not to play with endangered ‘penis plants’
Cambodian government warned
Nature is full of surprises. There is the Coco Fesse or the coconut that looks like the derriere of a woman in the Seychelles. It is a protected plant and the coco’s are also protected by the government. For example, you cannot leave the country with a coco fesse in your luggage. It is an offense, it seems and you may be fined.
Now, how many of you knew of the plant called the Nepenthes holdenii? Video Player
It is atropical pitcher plant that grows in the mountains of western Cambodia. The flower has long been considered a protected species due to its resemblance to an erect human phallus. Lately, a video of some girls playing with the flower went viral and this has prompted the Cambodian government to issue a warning.
The government is urging citizens to refrain from playing with the phallic-shaped flowers known, claiming that the erotic-looking plants are on the verge of extinction. In the video, the woman appears to be overjoyed when she discovers the flowers, and she holds them in her hand as if they were precious!
Suddenly, a group of women jumps on the plants to grab the cambodian penis follower, in all excitement. Nevertheless, the Ministry of Environment issued the stern statement on Wednesday, following the viral internet spread of a video showing several women picking the plants.
Nepenthes holdenii is a tropical pitcher plant that grows in the mountains of western Cambodia. The flower has long been considered a protected species due to its resemblance to an erect human phallus. However, in recent years, both locals and tourists have been removing the frisky-looking flora from the ground and taking selfies for social media.
The move has alarmed officials, with the Ministry stating, “What they are doing is wrong.” But for the girls, it was a unique moment, perhaps!