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Male foreign national has fight with girl on Nanjing street, is beaten up for giving bystanders the middle finger

June 16th afternoon around 6:10pm, on the slow lane next to the Deji Plaza on Nanjing’s Zhongshan Road, a Chinese girl and a male foreign national got into a fight because of a minor traffic accident. This reporter came to understand that the minor traffic accident between the two was escalated by the male foreign national, that he raised his middle finger towards the surrounding urban residents, and some bystanders had a physical altercation with him. After the incident, Nanjing police quickly arrived and controlled the scene and took those involved away for investigation.

Numerous bystanders at the scene of the incident

After the incident, this Xiandai Kuaibao reporter very quickly arrived on the scene. At this time, the entire north-south slow lane next to Deji Plaza was stopped with some people even standing on the flower beds to in order to watch what was happening, and many people taking out their mobile phones to take photos.

A visible wound was behind the girl's ear, still bleeding.


Parked not far away was a police car and there were many police officers on the scene. A short-haired girl was surrounded by several people, with blood visible behind her left ear. Looking closely, there was an wound the shape of an arc, about 4-5 centimeters long, relatively deep, and was still bleeding.

To the side was a middle-aged woman, who apparently was the girl’s mother. She said the girl is surnamed Zhang, and that she herself rushed to the scene after the incident occurred. According to the girl’s mother, it was a “laowai” who hit her daughter. A blue colored electric moped was on its side in the middle of the road. City residents say this electric bike belongs to the “laowai” who attacked the girl. Afterward, the girl brought the police officers next to the electric bike, picked up an electric bike lock, and said she was hit and injured by this bike lock.

This reporter learned from the city residents on the scene that the male foreign national had already got on a police car and left the scene.

Wounded girl: He smacked me with the lock

The girl looks less than 20 years old. She says at the time she was riding her electric moped in front and that laowai was riding behind his moped behind her and then the two bumped into each other.

Whether or not the girl suddenly braked or changed directions, the girl didn’t say. She claims that after the bump, the laowai‘s mouth was immediately filled with expletives.

Hearing this, she turned around, looked at him, and yelled back at him in Nanjing dialect. Then the laowai hit the back of her moped and overtook her on the side, but while overtaking her, he turned towards her and spat on her.

The girl says she then followed suit and spat on him once, “then I was preparing to leave, but he then used his moped to block me.” The girl says the other party very quickly then picked up the moped lock on his moped and swung it at her, hitting her behind her ear.

There were many witnesses on the scene and one woman who says she work at a shopping mall on Xinjiekou was very upset, “It wasn’t a big deal, just a bump, the laowai went too far.” She says that the girl didn’t hit back after she was hurt, and the laowai began calling friends. The girl grabbed onto the laowai‘s belt and wouldn’t let go, not allowing him to leave, and also called to tell her family.

The male foreign national and the girl still in a deadlock.


Police: The girl might have gotten injured during the pushing and pulling

So just what exactly happened? The members of the crowd that this reporter spoke to weren’t very sure themselves of what exactly had happened, although they saw that the girl was wounded and bleeding, and someone said the laowai was yelling at people in English.

A female city resident told this reporter that when she arrived at the scene, there were several male city residents surrounding that laowai, with one of them hitting him with a bike lock, while a rather tall white person was next them trying to break it up. During this time, the laowai that was being attacked wanted to run towards the Xinjiekou rotary but was blocked by others.

Yesterday evening, this Xiandai Kuaibao reporter contacted the Xinjiekou police station and the police said that according to their preliminary investigations, the two mopeds had indeed bumped into each other.

After the collision, the laowai glared at the girl, and the girl was also rather incensed, picked up the lock on her moped to hit the laowai only to have the laowai reach other and grab her arm, pull it backward, and pulled the girl down. The girl’s injury was probably caused during this scuffle.

Male foreign national raised his middle finger, beaten up by city residents

The police say that after the confrontation, there were many bystanders on the scene, and some mistaken fights also occurred involving other city residents rushing forward to beat up the laowai. However, the assailants very quickly left the scene.

According to a security guard on the scene, when this laowai was taken away by the police car, there was blood around his nose. Many city residents said the laowai raised his middle finger at the surrounding crowd. This provocation made the surrounding crowd very angry. They believe that regardless of what happened, this laowai should not have made such a disrespectful gesture towards other people. A relatively older city resident said those who had gone up to attack the >laowai were male and fortunately the other side’s friend was present to quickly put a stop to it, with the police arriving soon afterward, preventing the situation from escalating further. This reporter learned that at present, this matter is still being investigated.

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Post time 2012-6-18 13:16:26 |Display all floors
This shows a very bad assesment of the black guy what the Chinese are capable to do. I see how the atmosphere in China is turning against foreigners (in contrast to 2008 when all people were "like a honey"). Especially if the situation comes to a possibilty to sue a foreigner for money, the locals turn to be very active.

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Post time 2012-6-18 13:25:51 |Display all floors
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Post time 2012-6-18 14:20:52 |Display all floors
China is turning against foreigners (in contrast to 2008 when all people were "like a honey")


Black people have always been rather challenged in China, even in 2008 - and although I do feel that there currently is a lot of negative new report as the government is t trying to publish each minor incident involving a foreigner, one must also acknowledge that this man DID act very indecently. Only because natives often act like this too doesn't mean that eitherone has the right to behave like this.

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Post time 2012-6-18 15:20:17 |Display all floors
I'd like to attract you attention to this part of the article :

the police said that according to their preliminary investigations, the two mopeds had indeed bumped into each other.
After the collision, the laowai glared at the girl, and the girl was also rather incensed, picked up the lock on her moped to hit the laowai only to have the laowai reach other and grab her arm, pull it backward, and pulled the girl down. The girl’s injury was probably caused during this scuffle.


So according to Chinese police, there is a collision, the foreigner glares at the girl, most probably in discontent, and the girl picks up the lock on her moped to hit the foreigner !

And then it becomes the foreigner's fault ! Incredible !

As for the finger raising, I do not condone it but, being a foreigner in China, I can understand how it happened. The guy has a scuffle with a local girl, soon there are 100 people around, about 1 million "laowai laowai" per minute, and, of course, they all side by the local girl even if they do not know what happened. In the heat of the moment, the guy was angry and did not have the best reaction but, at least in my book, a middle finger raised is not as big a deal as someone hitting you with a lock. And a mob beating (for a middle finger ? come on !) is an even worse deal that anything else.

I mean, mob beating, it's a crime, hitting a guy with a lock, it's a misdemeanour, but raising your middle finger ? It doesn't even warrant a fine ! And the whole fuss is because the guy raised his middle finger ? Priorities much ?
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Post time 2012-6-18 18:53:54 |Display all floors
MisterPanda Post time: 2012-6-18 15:20
I'd like to attract you attention to this part of the article :

Why wouldn't they side with the girl?

She was wrong for hitting the guy, I agree.

But it's more wrong for a man to get physical with a woman because it's not a fair fight.

  
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Post time 2012-6-18 19:49:06 |Display all floors
JFenix Post time: 2012-6-18 18:53
Why wouldn't they side with the girl?

She was wrong for hitting the guy, I agree.

The guy getting physical on her?! Read again:the girls wanted to hit him with a lock,he grabbed her arm and forced her down.That's self-defence and I wonder whether you would let yourself hit with a lock by a girl without defending yourself.
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