A Shanghai woman was brutally attacked and raped by a hair salon employee after he accompanied her home to collect cash for her bill.
The woman, surnamed Liu, racked up a total bill of 12,000 Yuan at a hair salon on Shanghai's East Nanjing Road. Having only taken 5,000 Yuan with her, she had to make up the rest by running home to grab cash. The barbershop dispatched an employee surnamed Wang to accompany her home and collect the money.
When Liu went to pay Wang the extra 7,000 Yuan, he suddenly attacked her. The two began to struggle. Liu fought back desperately and cried for help, and even managed to break free from Wang's hands three times. However, he was able to overpower her and dragged her into her bedroom and raped her.
After the attack, Wang gave Liu 12,000 Yuan, all the money from her haircut, in order to stop her from calling the police. Liu pretended to compromise until Wang left her house the next day. Then, she went to the police. Wang returned to work, thinking he had gotten away with it, until the police showed up and arrested him.
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Something is very wrong about how this article is translated or written. "Wang came under a spell and embraced the girl in what turned into a struggle." "Wang then understood that he fell for the girl’s trick." Seems like we have a witch here. She put a spell on poor Wang and then tricked him out of his money. It is no wonder many women in the world (especially China) have hesitation reporting these kind of crimes to the police. Let's burn her at the stake or tie a rock to her and throw her in a river... obvious witch! Wang is certainly not at fault for not being able to control his wang.
Jul 10, 2015 18:31 Report Abuse
My thoughts exactly. "Thinking the ordeal was over, Wang went back to work..." Yeah. It must have been a TERRIBLE ordeal for him. The rapist is the real victim here, guys. Why are Chinese rape stories always filled with excuses and attempts to make rape sympathetic?
Jul 10, 2015 22:59 Report Abuse