Woman Falls Down On Scooter, Lies In Middle Of Street

Woman Falls Down On Scooter, Lies In Middle Of Street
A girl riding an elecric scooter fell down in the middle of the road, and laid on the ground for a long time next to a puddle of her own blood. After she was on the ground for over ten minutes, she called her husband and said if he didn’t come she was going to bleed out. There were plenty of passerby but none helped her up although eventually somebody called 120 (the hospital). Not long after, her coworkers came and helped her up. Netizens asked why somebody would need to help her if they weren’t the ones that hit her.
Source: Netease

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  • http://weibo.com/5616302093/profile?topnav=1&wvr=6 DD Bear!

    i would help, but if she hurt badly i would not.

  • jin

    They don’t help for these following reasons.
    1. Fear of getting the blame and having to pay medical bills.
    2. Fear of worsening her injuries and having to pay medical bills.
    3. She’s probably isn’t that hurt, and is just a attention whore.
    4. Nobodies gives a fuck.

    • Chaz

      5. She doesn’t appear to be the least bit ke ai.

    • WghUk

      Nicely summarised. Sometimes I can’t help but think that this selfishness of the Chinese people is what makes China so invadable in recent history even by countries 1/10th of its size!

      • Alex Dương

        Yeah, except

        1. It’s ironic that you consider WWII “recent history” since the common refrain is that the Chinese should “get over” WWII.

        2. It’s often argued that this selfishness arose after the Cultural Revolution and the one-child policy, both of which came decades after WWII.

        3. Japan was way wealthier than China in the 1930s, and on a per capita basis, still is.

        • Rmb.Shanghai

          You should look up the definition of irony, cause this situation isnt ironic.

          Second, considering that China has over 5000 years of history, and television and theaters are dominated by WWII themed shows and movies, so yeah, they consider it recent history. The consider it so relevant to today that people are having to say “get over it,” because they cant let it go.

          Third, where are you getting your information from?!? “It’s often argued that selfishness arose after the Cultural Revolution” is completely made up, or at the least; wrong. The Chinese have been selfish people for thousands of years. They have been systematically debasing their moral systems, most likely due to a lack of any form of religion, since the days of the dynasties. Gross displays of wealth and greed, warring with each other for hundreds of years to increase ones wealth and power. Horrible treatment of women. Everyone wants to be an emperor. Parents even call their children little emperor. Now, you are right that the one child policy didnt make things any better. But it absolutely is not arguable to say its the cause.

          lastly, what does Japans wealth per capita have anything to do with anything?

          • Alex Dương

            Oh, it’s definitely ironic: calling an event from 70 years ago that the Chinese are often told to “get over” “recent history” counts as the use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning to me. You’re welcome to explain your view as opposed to lazily telling me to look a word up.

            Second, considering that China has over 5000 years of history, and television and theaters are dominated by WWII themed shows and movies, so yeah, they consider it recent history. The consider it so relevant to today that people are having to say “get over it,” because they cant let it go.

            See, you can’t have it both ways. You’re defending a non-Chinese guy, WghUk, who’s referring to an event from 70 years ago as “recent history,” while simultaneously criticizing the Chinese for not letting this event go.

            They have been systematically debasing their moral systems, most likely due to a lack of any form of religion, since the days of the dynasties.

            Really? Please provide evidence of the lack of religion in China from 221 BC to 1912 AD.

            Gross displays of wealth and greed, warring with each other for hundreds of years to increase ones wealth and power.

            Yes, yes, such behavior was absolutely unique to China between 221 BC and 1912 AD. Hundred Years War, more like Schmundred Years War, am I right?

            Horrible treatment of women.

            Remind me when feminism began as a movement? Was it closer to 221 BC or 1912 AD?

            Everyone wants to be an emperor. Parents even call their children little emperor.

            Yeah, that’s a consequence of the one child policy. Which came into being decades after 1912 AD.

  • lacompacida

    Can’t they even call 120 ? They don’t have phones ? How quaint.

    • guest

      Yep, she couldn’t even phone 120 herself.

  • Lovely

    She called her husband but not 120 herself?

  • Rmb.Shanghai

    Duh, why would anyone help anyone, this is Chiina, and everyone is a selfish child trying to lie cheat and steal their way to the top.

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