Shenzhen Man Begs On Knees At Police Station (Photos)

From NetEase: (no longer accessible), translated by Chinasmack:

While passing by the Nanhu police station on Nanhu Road today, I saw an interesting scene, a gentleman kneeling down in front of the police station door holding up a sign “begging for report receipt” [evidence of a person reporting a crime to be investigated by the police]. Incredibly curious, I went over to figure out what was going on: This dear friend’s passport had been detained/witheld by some travel agency, and at 10:30 in the morning he called 110 to request the police to help recover his passport. The police station had a police officer with the surname Luo who had an extremely bad attitude say that this matter is a dispute, so they cannot handle it, and then stormed out.


The banner inside the police station reads: “Talk Gently, Handle Cases Fairly.”

December 15, 2008 12:41 AM
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Categories: Law