Brawl Breaks Out After Using Restroom in Guangdong, 2 Dead

Three male urinals/toilets.

Three male urinals/toilets.

From NetEase:

2 Groups of People in Guangdong Get in Fight Because They Didn’t Like The Look of Each Other When Using the Restroom, Cause 2 Deaths 1 Injured

Incident occurred in a late-night eatery in the Longhua sub-bureau Yousong police station’s jurisdiction.

According to information from the Longhua police, at around 11:28pm two nights ago, a fatal incident occurred at a late-night eatery in the Longhua sub-bureau Yousong police station’s jurisdiction, resulting in 2 dead and 1 injured (not life-threatening).

Through investigation, the cause was because two groups of people, while eating a late-night snack, did not like the look of each other while using the toilet and then had an argument. Of 3 people who were hacked/cut down [attacked with a knife], 2 died despite emergency medical treatment after being rushed to the hospital, while another is being treated at the hospital for injuries to his hand.

At present, the 5 suspects involved including Chen X, Huang X, and Su X have all been arrested.


Note: Images here are illustrative and not related to the actual incident.

Comments from NetEase:

老纳的歌 [网易湖南省长沙市网友]:

Yet another tragedy caused by comparing big and small…

网易山东省手机网友 ip:153.119.*.*:

Does talking about Tianyi still get upvotes these days?

小禅师 [网易广西南宁市手机网友]:

I remember attending the Canton Fair with several little Japanese once… Afterward, everyone agreed to go visit Hong Kong and Macau together… Then the few of us went to the border crossing… What was extremely awkward/embarrassing was that they were all let through… whereas I holding a Chinese passport with a Japanese visa was instead stopped… The reason was because I didn’t have a Hong Kong/Macau travel permit… The several little Japanese asked me… Isn’t Hong Kong part of China… How come [we can but] you can’t go over… I awkwardly had nothing I could respond with… Forward/reshare.

轻点顶 [网易上海市浦东新区手机网友]:

I have the same experience. I was in Panyu, and a Japanese client wanted to go visit Macau, only for me to end up speechless.

网易北京市手机网友 ip:114.242.*.*:

All because of a second glance in the crowd.

yo麦杜 [网易江西省南昌市手机网友]:

“Fucker, you dare to be bigger than me, I’m going to hack you to death…”

网易湖北省武汉市手机网友 ip:113.57.*.*:

Truly retards.


Those whose j8 are too big will suffer being cut down.

幽默走天下 [网易广东省广州市网友]:

Our company organized a trip to Huangshan. When passing by a restroom, my coworker wanted to go urinate. Coincidentally, several laowai also went in with him.
I was outside for no more than half a minute when he ran out.
“Done so fast?” With a weeping face, the coworker replied: “Sigh, I just don’t have the confidence to take it out! I’ll just wait a bit, I’ll just wait a bit…”

网易辽宁省鞍山市手机网友 ip:60.17.*.*:

One bro’s j8 was too big…

射京 [网易美国手机网友]:

The cause of 69% of fights in the Northeast [Dongbei]:
“What are you looking at?”
“I’m looking at you, what about it?”

虫虫欲动 [网易江苏省无锡市手机网友]:

I’ve done this before as well. When I was in Dongguan, I went to a restaurant to eat with some coworkers where we ended up staring down some people from Zhejiang. After eating, they had 8 people come on motorcycles, and because the restaurant was in front of our factory, we called 20-some people out, with a vicious fight exploding. After the fight, we returned to the factory and went to bed, but not long later, the police came. They arrested several of us who had fought the most. I ran when I heard the police, and hid for a week, finally learning that it was because someone’s eardrum had been perforated. Fortunately, one of the supervisors on our side knew an official with the police station and treated him to dinner, KTV, and some prostitutes at Zhongming Hotel. In the end, the 5 of us who led the fight each only had to pay 1000 kuai to put the matter to rest! This was in 2005, I still remember it fondly.



Written by Fauna

Fauna is a mysterious young Shanghainese girl who lives in the only place a Shanghainese person would ever want to live: Shanghai. In mid-2008, she started chinaSMACK to combine her hobby of browsing Chinese internet forums with her goal of improving her English. Through her tireless translation of popular Chinese internet news and phenomenon, her English has apparently gotten dramatically better. At least, reading and writing-wise. Unfortunately, she's still not confident enough to have written this bio, about herself, by herself.


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