Street vendor attacks Chengguan with scissors

2013-07-05 01:35:41 GMT2013-07-05 09:35:41(Beijing Time)  SINA English
An urban management official shows reporters his back woundAn urban management official shows reporters his back wound
An urban management official shows reporters his back woundAn urban management official shows reporters his back wound
The street vendor fought with urgan management officialsThe street vendor fought with urgan management officials
The street vendor fought with urgan management officialsThe street vendor fought with urgan management officials
The injured urban management official lies in bed in a hospitalThe injured urban management official lies in bed in a hospital
The injured urban management official lies in bed in a hospitalThe injured urban management official lies in bed in a hospital

A street vendor was accused of attacking an urban management official, more popularly known as Chengguan in China, with scissors when the latter was trying to stop him from leaving in Guizhou city, Guangdong province on July 2nd.

According to the Southern Daily reports, the angry street vendor attacked the Chengguan with scissors. But he was also seriously injured in ensuing clash with more urgan management officials.

Both are now hospitalized, with the street vendor reportedly in coma and could not speak. He was diagnosed with broken arm and concussion.

Police are now calling for witnesses to testify to get a picture of what really happed during the clash.

Chengguan routinely abuse their authority and beat street vendors in their attempts to keep city streets in order.

 

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