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Post time 2017-9-4 11:25:33 |Display all floors
Lately, the media has been reporting more and more cases of violence against public officers on duty by women!  Yes, by women!  There were  cases  of women who refused subway station officers' request to put their bags through the scanning machines, became abusive and slapped the officers!  Then there are cases of women drivers and scooterists beating up traffic policemen who tried to stop them for breaking traffic rules.  Recently, violence again erupted on the road involving a woman driver who pushed and punched a traffic cop who stopped her for breaking the law.  She was carrying a baby then.  After a few punches from her, the cop brought her down to the ground, hurting both mother and baby;  he has since been stood down pending investigation.  What do readers think of violence against public officers on duty, particularly by women, whom we are led to believe, is the weaker sex; apparently that is not so!

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Post time 2017-9-4 12:30:28 |Display all floors
And cops have often suffered bodily injuries from violent women.  CCTV video clip showed a woman scooterist grabbing hold of a traffic cop who had stopped her, by the leg and bit him in several places on the leg!  And this despite her boyfriend trying in vain to pull her away!  

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Post time 2017-9-4 12:44:37 |Display all floors
pnp Post time: 2017-9-4 12:30
And cops have often suffered bodily injuries from violent women.  CCTV video clip showed a woman sco ...

Well, let the judge rule...

On conviction of assaulting a police officer, the defendant faces a sentence of up to 6 months’ imprisonment and/or a fine of up to £5,000.

On conviction of obstructing a police officer, the offender can be sentenced to up to 1 month in prison and/or a fine of £1000.
  Chinese women love the UK, let us punish them as they would be as UK citizen.
    Wouldn't that be fair enough

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Post time 2017-9-4 13:20:10 |Display all floors
The incident about the woman who punched a policeman whist holding her baby. Are you talking about the case in shanghai recently? because if so, she did not punch the police officer at all. she pushed him yes, but she did not deserve to be slammed to the ground like that......that's of course if we are discussing the same incident
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Post time 2017-9-4 13:27:59 |Display all floors
Woman have very short tempers, and can be just as violent when they want to be. There have also been incidents when they have attacked bus drivers just to save face. Some exploit the fact that most men will not retaliate if there are people watching, so they take advantage of this. I doubt they ever get jailed for this, instead just giving a small fine...
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Post time 2017-9-4 13:31:38 |Display all floors
parcher Post time: 2017-9-4 13:20
The incident about the woman who punched a policeman whist holding her baby. Are you talking about t ...

Yes, in Shanghai, as reported by cctv. Perhaps not punching, but looks like it.   Whatever, it is violence against a public officer!

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Post time 2017-9-4 13:36:38 |Display all floors
pnp Post time: 2017-9-4 13:31
Yes, in Shanghai, as reported by cctv. Perhaps not punching, but looks like it.   Whatever, it is  ...

I agree that if anyone slaps an officer in the face, or punches/ kicks them, then force should be used...
but the video I saw on wechat showed the woman poking the officer in the chest
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