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Graphic assault footage sparks outrage over violence against women in China


A woman bursts out of a bathroom stall at a bar, seemingly startling several men gathered at the sinks. A man follows, grabs her by the hair, and tries to drag her back in. She grabs onto another man outside the stall. Both are pulled to the ground as the first man forces her back into the stall and slams the door.

She tries again to run out and this time succeeds. Her shirt, which was ripped off during her first escape attempt, remains on the floor as she rushes toward the door, her arms flailing.

The graphic episode captured by closed circuit television camera Saturday at a bar in Zhengzhou, the capital of China's central Henan province, has sparked outrage on social media renewing anger over violence against women in a country where calls for gender equality are often suppressed by the ruling Communist Party.

A hashtag referencing the incident that read “A woman was dragged into a stall by a man in a bar bathroom” was viewed more than 380 million times Wednesday alone.

NBC News was unable to independently verify the footage, and multiple calls seeking comment from the bar, identified in local media as Max Club, went unanswered.

However, the Zhongmu county public security bureau said in a statement Wednesday that it had arrested a 27-year-old man with the last name of Li from the nearby city of Kaifeng in relation to the incident.

“Public security authorities have filed a case against him and enforced mandatory criminal measures in accordance with the law. The case is being further processed,” the statement said.

The statement did not say why he was detained but The Paper, a Shanghai-based news outlet, reported that he was being held on suspicion of indecent assault for attempting to urinate in front of the woman.

The incident has drawn fresh attention to the problem of gender-based violence in China, with women across the country expressing concerns about their own safety on social media.

“As a woman, I may not dare go out in the dark,” one user on Weibo, a popular microblogging site, wrote Wednesday.




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just like you don't represent all Hmong men, these men don't represent all Asian men



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They don't but their actions can make others perceive all Asian men as like that...

Kind of like how many Asians perceive all Black people are bad due to the actions of some Black folks...



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Here they go again, bunch of primitive morons  :idiot2::

Man filmed dragging a woman inside a bar’s restroom puts the spotlight back on gender-based violence in China


A man who was captured on surveillance camera forcibly dragging a woman into a toilet stall at a bar in Henan province, China, has been arrested.

The 27-year-old man, surnamed Li, was recorded trying to restrain a woman and prevent her from leaving a stall at a bathroom at the Max Club in Zhongmu County on July 16.

As seen in the video, the woman manages to escape his grasp; however, Li grabs her hair and tries to drag her back in as she grabs onto another man outside the stall. They are both pulled to the ground as Li forces her into the stall and slams the door.

Another woman dressed in a black shirt tries to kick the door open before a group of men join her, allowing the victim to escape.

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Police took the man and the victim into custody after the incident. However, they reportedly let them leave after learning they were in a relationship.

After the surveillance footage of the incident went viral on social media in China, the police began investigating the incident.

Li was reportedly arrested and is being held on suspicion of indecent assault for attempting to urinate in front of the woman.

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The incident has sparked outrage on social media, reigniting discussions and concerns over violence against women in China. Netizens have criticized the assailant, stating he should not have been excused for his behavior even if they were in a relationship. The men who witnessed the attack were also criticized for not acting sooner.

Gender-based violence in China has been in the public spotlight since a video of female diners being brutally attacked by men in Tangshan went viral last month. Another video of a man ambushing his ex-wife and daughter in China on July 6 also went viral. Netizens have been calling for more action towards gender equality and harsher sentences for assailants.



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Man caught on video repeatedly running over his girlfriend with SUV arrested by Chinese police

The man, identified only by his last name Zhang, was arrested for brutally killing his girlfriend, surnamed Wang, by driving over her body several times with his vehicle on Tuesday in Tangshan, Hebei province.

After the incident, Wang was rushed to a local hospital but pronounced dead shortly after.

Local authorities arrested Zhang at around 3 p.m., just hours after he fled the scene across from a public swimming pool.



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It's bad in India too. 



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Yeah, that's another group of Asian men that also has some bad apples that need to stop their "negative" primitive behaviors too. I'm sure their women would appreciate it..



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