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Post time 2018-9-26 00:01:49 |Display all floors


A man in Lu'an, Anhui Province, has been fined after performing dangerous stunts on a moving car on September 23, traffic police announced on Monday.

Police received a report at 2:56pm that a man was standing on one leg on top of a moving car while stooping down and bending backward.

They said the man, surnamed Shu, had been asked by a local media company to perform the balancing act.

Shu was fined 50 yuan (US$7.3) while the driver, surnamed Cheng, was fined 200 yuan and had two points deducted from his license.


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Post time 2018-9-26 03:03:53 |Display all floors
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Post time 2018-9-26 07:11:57 |Display all floors
Unbelievable, the driver still got his/her license. The stuntman, hope he got that kind of money to pay, it's unfair to give him such a massive fine.   
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Post time 2018-9-28 12:38:09 |Display all floors
Disgusting, both the act and the fine, which is peanuts, for such a bad and dangerous stunt on public road.  The culprit should be hammered with a huge fine and a few days lodging in a police cell!

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