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Shanghai man in taxi beaten by foreigner [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-6-7 14:20:49 |Display all floors

A Shanghai resident riding home in a cab last night was beaten by a foreigner, leaving his brow ridge cracked and nose fractured.

The victim surnamed Zhang was attacked around 11pm when the taxi stopped at Jiangsu Road and Wuding Road W. for a red light.

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That is when he encountered something very strange: a cyclist on a motorbike stopped right in front of his car, blocking it.

This person entered the taxi via the front passenger door and violently beat Zhang for a full minute. Zhang was unable to exit the vehicle, and could only try his best to defend himself.

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After the attacker escaped, Zhang was left with multiple injuries: his right brow is cracked, his nose broken, and he has suffered multiple contusions, especially to his hands.

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Zhang said he had no idea why the foreigner beat him so badly because he did not know the man, who fled after the attack.

Police say an investigation is underway.

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Post time 2014-6-7 14:29:16 |Display all floors
If they didn't catch the attacker, how do they know it's a foreigner?

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Post time 2014-6-8 03:03:15 |Display all floors
Why was this guy beaten by the foreigner? Was this foreigner waiting for him to attack in plan or just an occasional confliction?

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Post time 2014-6-8 04:21:13 |Display all floors
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