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Post time 2015-5-6 09:30:42 |Display all floors
A woman driver on an expressway made serveral rapid lane changes that almost caused an accident on Sunday. A male driver, whose car she almost hit, chased her to a stop, dragged her out of the car and beat her. An overwhelming 70 percent of netizens think that the female driver deserved it for the illegal and dangerous driving behavior, what do you think? Does the male driver have the right to beat her? It seems absurd to me, I mean a person cannot be allowed to attack another under any circumstances. Violence cannot solve the problem, only by enforcing and implementing strict traffic laws can the illegal driving accidents be prevented.


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Post time 2015-5-6 10:37:03 |Display all floors
The female driver did a stupid thing weaving in and out , but there is no excuse for the male driver to beat her up, and very severely too! That sort of things happens very often on Chinese roads; Chinese drivers often take the law into their own hands. Hope that the police deal with him severely, he should be jailed for a few years to teach him, and others like him, a lesson.

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This post was edited by Ratfink at 2015-5-6 11:25

First off, the guy is the real culprit. The 5 minute clip shows him weaving in and out of traffic. Yes the woman does weave in front of him, however he was travelling in a dangerous manner and she probably didn't see him.  He then cut her off several times and started shouting at her. This is classic road rage.

Such behavior and road rage is unacceptable and if you think it is then you really aren't fit to drive on the public road system.

The beating he meted out should, if there's any justice put him in prison for several years.

Does she deserve our sympathy, yes.  Why? She didn't start this, the guy was entirely to blame, when she cut him off in the first place and it's a common mistake he should have backed off the accelerator and calmed down, but oh no, he went ballistic and escallated the entire event in to an inevitable physical confrontation.  In other words, he was spoiling and looking for a fight.  His child was crying before the event, scared because of the way he was driving, this gives a good indicator of what a nasty piece of work the guy is.
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Ratfink Post time: 2015-5-6 11:16
First off, the guy is the real culprit. The 5 minute clip shows him weaving in and out of traffic. Y ...

We are on the same page! Road rage should never be condoned, whatever the reason. Yes, looking forward to seeing what punishment is finally meted out to this rogue driver!

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We are on the same page! Road rage should never be condoned, whatever the reason. Yes, looking for ...

It's not until you carefully watch the second video that you get the really crucial information, the guy was looking for a fight and driving like a lunatic.
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