Deliveryman Assaults Customer When Boyfriend Is Away

Deliveryman Assaults Customer When Boyfriend Is Away

Upon learning that a customer’s boyfriend was on a business trip, a forty-years-old deliveryman forced himself on her when on his route. She resisted by biting his lips and stabbing him with a pen. Afterwards he pleaded with her not to tell his company but was not successful. When confronted by the police, he said that he was drunk and had lost control of himself, but she maintains that she didn’t smell any alcohol. She also says that this is not the first time he asked her boyfriend’s whereabouts. Netizens say that the victim was probably wearing revealing pyjamas at the time, so the fault is hers.

Source: Tencent

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  • mr.wiener

    What was she thinking wearing pyjamas in the privacy of her own home?!

    • Jahar

      She was asking for it, the filthy whore. He could probably sense it from down the street.

    • Vance

      That b#%@&!! How could she do that to him!! Gees….

  • Amused

    And mace is illegal here…

    • Vance

      No wonder they have martial arts since it seems that everything that could be used as a weapon is banned apparently.

  • Jahar

    “Hey, I was drunk.” A valid excuse if I ever heard one.

  • Foreign Devil

    He was drunk and she was wearing skimpy pajamas in her own home. Obviously all the blame lies on her. China has a long way to go.

  • Vance

    “Netizens say that the victim was probably wearing revealing pyjamas at the time, so the fault is hers.”
    Was this really the dominant opinion in the comments?

  • bujiebuke

    To the owners of ChinaSmack (whoever they may be),

    There’s a serious translation and misrepresentation issue with this story. In the summary paragraph, Michael and Emma write:

    Netizens say that the victim was probably wearing revealing pyjamas at the time, so the fault is hers.

    Here’s the actual comment written in Chinese:

    那女应该当时穿着睡衣,害了别人。

    Now, my Chinese is a bit rusty, but my translation is: “That women should have worn pajamas to harm the other person”. It certainly does not say or imply the fault was hers. I surmise that the person who wrote this was being sarcastic, perhaps implying that women wearing pajamas are unflattering and therefore would have repelled her assailant.

    If I’m wrong about the translation, then I apologize. But this isn’t the first time where these short stories completely misrepresented the sentiment of netizens. This type of dishonesty is something you guys should actively seek to correct.

    • bujiebuke

      @mrwiener:disqus
      I take it you can read some Chinese. Am I off with the translation here or are we just going to ignore these “mistakes”?

      • mr.wiener

        My Chinese is embarrassingly bad [written at any rate] Donscarletti is the guy to ask.

        • bujiebuke

          So no one is even bothered by the fact that the summary might be misrepresenting netizen comments?

          • mr.wiener

            Just got my wife to look at it. Apart from grumbling about simplified Chinese (she is Taiwanese) She said the original translation was pretty correct and didnt detect any sarcasm in it. She did add that often any sarcasm is impossible to detect out of context.
            The mighty have fallen,in the past we would have had 3~4 Sinophiles arguing about possible nuances…

          • bujiebuke

            indeed, give your wife my thanks.

  • donscarletti

    Common law jurisdictions at least do not consider being drunk as a mitigating circumstance. In fact, prosecutors are more likely to claim the accused as being more drunk than he/she was in order to make the charges seem more likely.

    When you think about it, this is a very good thing. People should always be equally responsible for their actions, if you allow people to get drunk and do bad things, then people will get drunk and do bad things.

    • David

      Well, in several countries that I will not name (but are in East Asia) being drunk is always a mitigating excuse. This is why so many men get drunk and do bad things. They know they will get a lighter punishment if any.

      • bujiebuke

        Well, in several countries that I will not name (but are in East Asia) being drunk is always a mitigating excuse.

        In what pocket of the western hemisphere do you live in where you’ve never heard of people making these same excuses? It’s dizzying to think that you didn’t even consider the frat boy and redneck stereotypes that would also fit into your mold.

        • David

          It is one thing for an idiot to use the excuse, in Asia it is accepted by the courts and used to reduce punishment for crimes like rape and murder. Be as dizzy as you like, try not to fall down.

          • bujiebuke

            You don’t seem to be capable of distinguishing between common societal behavior from poor sentencing by bad judges.

          • David

            It is not bad sentencing. It is legally accepted as ‘extenuating circumstances’ to be drunk when committing many of these crimes (like manslaughter and rape). What about that are you not understanding? If insults is all you have left to say, we can just stop the discussion now.

          • bujiebuke

            It is not bad sentencing. It is legally accepted as ‘extenuating circumstances’ to be drunk when committing many of these crimes (like manslaughter and rape).

            Well that’s fine, show me the evidence.

            Also, what did I write that you took to be insulting?

  • Dolph Grunt

    Okay, there’s two things I don’t understand about this story.

    1) Where, in the story (either the original or the CS), does it say that she was wearing pajamas? I mean, who knows? She probably was, but I didn’t see it anywhere in the story.

    2) Something that hasn’t been translated in this story, “After filling out the delivery forms, the delivery man kept asking her about her boyfriend. When she finally confessed that her boyfriend was on a business trip, Jiang sat on the sofa next to her.How did we get to the sofa?

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