Follow-up of Indian GirlsTaxi Slaughtered at Shanghai Airport: Cattle Arrested

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 Follow-up of Indian GirlsTaxi Slaughtered at Shanghai Airport: Cattle Arrested


Reporters learned that traffic law enforcement departments will fine drivers 10,000 yuan, withholding certificates for three months. Shen Mou was sentenced to administrative detention by the police for 10 days, and two other cattle assisting Shen Mou will also be handled according to law.

The reporter learned from the police that on September 2, a foreign woman arrived at Pudong International Airport by plane. Shen Mou, a man suspected of illegal solicitation, took the initiative to talk to the woman and negotiated a price of 750 yuan to deliver her to her destination. Afterwards, the woman reported to the traffic law enforcement department because the fare was obviously unreasonable. The airport police cooperated with the traffic law enforcement department to investigate and impose a 10-day administrative detention penalty on Shen Mou, an illegal suspect who disrupted the order of public places. The vehicles involved have been handed over to the traffic law enforcement department for further treatment because they are not qualified for operation. Police said they would always maintain zero tolerance for illegal solicitation in airport areas and resolutely crack down on illegal personnel. Source of this article: Xuan Kejings responsible editor: Wang Xiaoyi_NE0011

The reporter learned from the police that on September 2, a foreign woman arrived at Pudong International Airport by plane. Shen Mou, a man suspected of illegal solicitation, took the initiative to talk to the woman and negotiated a price of 750 yuan to deliver her to her destination. Afterwards, the woman reported to the traffic law enforcement department because the fare was obviously unreasonable. The airport police cooperated with the traffic law enforcement department to investigate and impose a 10-day administrative detention penalty on Shen Mou, an illegal suspect who disrupted the order of public places. The vehicles involved have been handed over to the traffic law enforcement department for further treatment because they are not qualified for operation. Police said they would always maintain zero tolerance for illegal solicitation in airport areas and resolutely crack down on illegal personnel.