Women bathed dogs in public toilets and cleaners discouraged fracturing

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 Women bathed dogs in public toilets and cleaners discouraged fracturing


Mr. Zhu and Mrs. Chen are both from Hubei Province. They have worked and lived in Shenzhen for 18 years. Before the accident, Ms. Chen was in charge of cleaning public toilets in Fenghuang Community Park, Baoan District, Shenzhen City. April 5th is the first day of Qingmings long vacation. There are many people in the park. There are also queues in front of the two hand-washing pools in front of the public toilet.

Around 3:30 p.m., a woman in her 30s took a bath with her dog in the sink. The long occupation of the sink made other tourists feel dissatisfied. Ms. Chen advised the woman not to bathe her dog here, so that others could use it as soon as possible. The woman said that the toilet was not Mrs. Chens, and then continued to use.

Ms. Chen persuaded her that although the toilet was not her own, she worked here and had an obligation to persuade her to leave. Unexpectedly, the woman said, My dog is one hundred times more expensive than you, one thousand times more expensive. She also wanted to hit Mrs. Chen. Mr. Zhu told reporters that because the other party was young, Ms. Chen was afraid and wanted to find park security to help.

After a while, Mrs. Chen returned to the public toilet and happened to bump into the woman who brought her husband to the scene and handed the dog to her husband. The woman came up and beat Mrs. Chen. She pulled her lovers hair with her hand, knocked her down and knelt on her stomach with her knees, Mr. Zhu told reporters. After the hospital examination, Ms. Chen suffered six rib fractures on her right side and multiple soft tissue bruises on her whole body.

Mr. Zhu told reporters that after his wife was beaten, he had mediated with her husband at the police station. After the follow-up, he offered compensation of 10,000 yuan. Mr. Zhu did not approve it and the two sides failed to reach an agreement through consultation.

A letter of appraisal advice from Baoan Branch of Shenzhen Public Security Bureau presented by Mr. Zhu to reporters showed that Ms. Chens damage was initially assessed as minor injury. According to local media reports, according to the results of judicial appraisal, Baoan Phoenix Police Station in its jurisdiction has given beaters administrative detention for 10 days. Mrs. Chens family was not satisfied with the results of the identification of minor injuries, and raised objections on the day of receiving the notification of the identification opinions. On the 10th, Mr. Zhu told reporters that the police had re-appraised his wifes injuries, and the results of the appraisal were grade 1 minor injuries. On the morning of the 10th, Beiqing Daily reporters learned from Baoan Branch of Shenzhen Public Security Bureau that Ms. Chens injuries were identified as minor injuries and her criminal responsibility would be investigated. On the 9th, Baoan Branch presented a notice of filing to Ms. Chens family, saying that Ms. Chen had been intentionally injured. Baoan Branch considered that it met the conditions for filing and has now filed a case for investigation. Source: Beijing Headline Responsible Editor: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

A letter of appraisal advice from Baoan Branch of Shenzhen Public Security Bureau presented by Mr. Zhu to reporters showed that Ms. Chens damage was initially assessed as minor injury. According to local media reports, according to the results of judicial appraisal, Baoan Phoenix Police Station in its jurisdiction has given beaters administrative detention for 10 days.

Mrs. Chens family was not satisfied with the results of the identification of minor injuries, and raised objections on the day of receiving the notification of the identification opinions. On the 10th, Mr. Zhu told reporters that the police had re-appraised his wifes injuries, and the results of the appraisal were grade 1 minor injuries. On the morning of the 10th, Beiqing Daily reporters learned from Baoan Branch of Shenzhen Public Security Bureau that Ms. Chens injuries were identified as minor injuries and her criminal responsibility would be investigated.

On the 9th, Baoan Branch presented a notice of filing to Ms. Chens family, saying that Ms. Chen had been intentionally injured. Baoan Branch considered that it met the conditions for filing and has now filed a case for investigation.