Unemployed University Graduate Uses English Skills to Scam Foreign Men

Unemployed University Graduate Uses English Skills to Scam Foreign Men
Mar 27, 2014 By eChinacities.com

Ms. Yu, a university graduate who studied English language, struggled to find a job after she finished her studies. She needed some form of income so she came up with a great idea: why not scam and steal from foreign men? So she did.

Having majored in English, Yu spoke the language fluently and put it to use. Her tactic was to approach drunk men at bars, chat them up for a while and then go back to their hotel room with them. When the men woke up in the morning their valuables and bank cards would be missing. Yu managed to steal up to 400,000 RMB worth of stuff before she was caught by Chaoyang police in Beijing.

Source: culture.gmw.cn

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10 Comments

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ghostpayroll
comment|45256|272435

this isn't new. but it isn't a scam. its robbery. she should be fried. I say let her clean out toilets for 5 years.

Apr 11, 2014 09:48 Report Abuse

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adamgan
comment|45004|281494

Justice shall be brought to those who do evil to harm their outside world, it's a matter of time.

Mar 31, 2014 17:08 Report Abuse

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sorrel
comment|44985|246226

to be honest, any drunk man who picks up women in a bar is asking for trouble

Mar 30, 2014 21:06 Report Abuse

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gzraj
comment|44934|257099

why do they name "scam" ? i guess it's a pure robbery.

Mar 28, 2014 08:54 Report Abuse

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JacobJohn
comment|44999|273575

Why do they call "yes" as "no" and "no" as "yes"?

Mar 31, 2014 14:22 Report Abuse

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bill8899
comment|44933|81937

Beats work!

Mar 28, 2014 00:40 Report Abuse

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sharkies
comment|44931|38436

This is nothing new. Happens every day in every city in China and around the world.

Mar 27, 2014 23:03 Report Abuse

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coineineagh
comment|44930|112751

Sounds like a prostitute trick. isn't this fairly common around the world? Is it supposed to scare foreign men into not sleeping with "China's" women? Never fall asleep with someone you just met - you make that mistake, you deserve to be robbed.

Mar 27, 2014 22:15 Report Abuse

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Englteachted
comment|44928|263127

That is thievery not scamming.

Mar 27, 2014 21:52 Report Abuse

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Sinobear
comment|44925|57378

Could've just gotten married and it would have been perfectly legal

Mar 27, 2014 20:15 Report Abuse