Man Beaten By BMW Owner After Son Scratches Car, Doesn’t Pay Owner

Man Beaten By BMW Owner After Son Scratches Car, Doesn’t Pay Owner

After a 6-year-old boy used a rock to make a long scratch on the side of Liu Hai’s new BMW, he was furious. He tracked down the child’s parents, who agreed to pay him 5000 RMB for repairs. When after several months the couple had not given Liu the money, he brought some friends to visit the boy’s mother and a fight ensued, resulting in the mother suffering broken nose and brow ridge. Through mediation from the police, Liu has agreed to pay the injured woman 140,000 RMB as compensation for medical bills and lost working time.

Source: Netease

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  • I love Sexy Chinese girls

    “When after several months the couple had not given Liu the money, he brought some friends to visit the boy’s mother and a fight ensued” Bring friends? Fucking pussy.

    • mr.wiener

      Agreed, but why not bring some police instead? It would have been a much better outcome for all concerned. Cops in China are generally good at these kind of mediations .
      Amanda darlin’… I believe that headline should be “Woman beaten by BMW owner…”

      • Amused

        Get the cops involved and they’ll want a piece. They’ll call it fines, but its a piece.

    • Edward Kay

      Going alone into someone’s turf to seek compensation isn’t entirely heroic nor smart either.

  • Mario Yu

    I can’t help but say that Shanghaiist has so much more entertaining and high trending news in China than this website. I think your Amanda is a communist loyalist and would avoid topics that paints a bad picture of China, despite being trending. Well, the numbers don’t lie, just look at the amount of clicks you are getting in these stupid articles as opposed to what you had before.

    • Alex Dương

      How does this piece paint a good picture of China?

      • Mario Yu

        just go to that website and see the articles up there. Just blows ChinaSmack out of proportion.

        • Alex Dương

          I’m aware of Shanghaiist. But how does this piece paint a good picture of China?

          • Mario Yu

            This piece doesn’t paint anything on China. A guy beats up people. So what? US had a strike couple days ago and looted and burned shit down. My point is there are so many things you can write but instead chose these immaterial articles to waste time on. You are trying to take the comment out of context to support your own pride. Nice try.

          • Alex Dương

            You alleged that “Amanda is a communist loyalist and would avoid topics that paints a bad picture of China, despite being trending.” I asked you how this piece paints a good picture of China. You say it doesn’t say anything about China.

            OK. How does this piece paint a good picture of China? Or this one? Or this?

          • Mario Yu

            individual mishaps vs the grand scale of things. There’s a difference. I once went to Nanjing and saw their news at 6pm and they featured a 3min time on a stolen iPhone incident at a local store. The next day, I couldn’t catch a taxi because apparently the taxi drivers went on strike. Ya dig?

          • Alex Dương

            Sure there’s a difference. But even in your own example, it’s not true that Chinese news never presents a “bad picture” of China.

          • Shanghaiist censors

            Shanghaiist could also write about anything, but, they only every write about negative things, besides half the stories are untrue or only based on fact, with many others just opinionated attacks by the writters without any links to a source.. click every top link on Shanghaiist and you will notice not many have a source of where the information came from, why? Because it is bullshit, but, China haters love the bullshit and will eat it all up to feel big.

    • Shanghaiist censors

      Shanghaiist censor comments, I wrote a comment explaining a story they posted was incorrect and manipulated making the story a complete fabrication, at first my comment was on the website, then an hour later it was deleted and all other comments remained. I thought that was a bit strange of them to do that, my only conclution as to the reason of deleting my comment and others on other posts was that Shanghaiist are just a bunch of racist, arrogant China bashers, promoting hatred via semi-truths.

      • guest

        This occurs elsewhere back in 2008 a story involving one of my flatmate’s friends (a foreigner) popped up on sina comments (it even made it onto here, if I recall), when she commented explaining the story had more to it her comments were deleted, I can only assume it was because sina admins are a bunch of racist foreign bashers, promoting hatred via semi-truths.

        The point is that what you say occurs elsewhere and is not just on ex-pat websites.

        • guest

          Should make it clear, the dates where between 2006-2008, it involved an expat with a Chinese girl being photographed at a park/music festival in a park, with a title along the lines of drunken Laowai gets/messes/makes a fool of himself with Chinese girl or something, brining down their character.

        • mr.wiener

          Thanks for that , do you have a link to that story?

  • Perseus Wong

    Stock images. Shitty one paragraph summaries of non-stories. No more chinese netizens comments. chinaSMACK is either winding down or being shut down by their government censors.

  • mr.wiener

    No worries.