A foreign women trashed a bar Beijing’s Nanluoguxiang area on Monday for no apparent reason. She and her male companion tried to run away from the bar twice and were caught and brought back by bar staff. Bar owner Mr. Ye said that the woman and men were both from the United States.
The woman and man entered the bar and sat at a table. Two minutes later, the woman ran up to the bar’s stage and started knocking over musical instruments. She then started walking around the bar, picking up drinks from other patrons’ tables and throwing them at the bar. When a staff member tried to get her to stop, she scratched him and slapped him. The woman started fighting with her male companion, and they both tried to run away from the bar.
An owner of a nearby business reported seeing a woman and man running down the alley at 10:45 pm on Monday night. Staff caught them and brought them back to the bar. Mr. Ye said that woman had caused at least 10,000 RMB in damage to the bar. Because of the language barrier, he has no idea why the woman tried to trash his bar.
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