A village in Shenzhen leads the street to slap pregnant women? Video exposure process

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 A village in Shenzhen leads the street to slap pregnant women? Video exposure process


Network transmission of a village leader in Shenzhen Street slapped pregnant women, video exposure incident process (source:)

A few days ago, the video of pregnant women in the village of Chang Keng Village in Longhua, Shenzhen has aroused heated debate on the Internet.

In a video filmed by netizens, the woman concerned pointed to a white car and cried and complained that she accidentally touched the mans car, which the owner claimed had hit him. After a quarrel, the woman involved in front of the car hit the owner, the other hand back to slap. In another surveillance video, the woman kicked a white car beside her boyfriend in a dispute. At that time, the man involved just passed, and then came forward and his theory. The video player claimed that the woman was a pregnant woman and the man was a leader in the Longhua district. In response to this incident, the Minzhi Street Office responded that the man who hit was a community worker in Zhangkeng, not the leader of Zhangkeng Village. Longhua police reported that in the morning, the two sides voluntarily conciliate each other and do not pursue the other partys responsibilities. Source: the editor of the Southern Metropolis Daily: Qiao Jing _NN6607

In a video filmed by netizens, the woman concerned pointed to a white car and cried and complained that she accidentally touched the mans car, which the owner claimed had hit him. After a quarrel, the woman involved in front of the car hit the owner, the other hand back to slap.

In another surveillance video, the woman kicked a white car beside her boyfriend in a dispute. At that time, the man involved just passed, and then came forward and his theory.

The video player claimed that the woman was a pregnant woman and the man was a leader in the Longhua district.

In response to this incident, the Minzhi Street Office responded that the man who hit was a community worker in Zhangkeng, not the leader of Zhangkeng Village.

Longhua police reported that in the morning, the two sides voluntarily conciliate each other and do not pursue the other partys responsibilities.