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szdaily -> China
Professor detained for assaulting street worker
    2017-October-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A MALE college professor who assaulted a female street cleaner in his community was detained and fined by the police Saturday in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province.

Xi’an police released a statement on Sina Weibo saying the professor, surnamed Ge, would be detained for 10 days and face a fine of 500 yuan (US$75) for beating up the worker, surnamed Liu. The worker sustained minor injuries, the statement said.

The violence drew people’s attention after a Weibo user, Chapai017, posted photos Wednesday showing Liu with blood on her face and crying.

The accompanying post said the street worker was confronted by Ge and another woman because of a garbage truck that was blocking the driveway. It said Ge was observed assaulting Liu after she scrambled to her feet from a pile of rubbish, as if she had just been knocked down.

The other woman shouted, “Do you know how much I earn and how much you earn?” and “You are wasting my time,” the post said.

Residents who had begun to gather because of the noise, stopped the fight and called the police as Ge and the woman tried to leave, the post said.

The Weibo user, who claimed to have gone to the police station to make a statement, added that Ge was a newly employed professor at Shaanxi University of Science and Technology and had just completed his studies in the United States and Japan. The post said the shouting woman worked in the university’s personnel division, but this was later contradicted by the university, which said she was one of Ge’s relatives.

In a statement released on Wednesday, the university said Ge had been suspended and a work team had been appointed to assist the police with their investigation. The university said it would handle the case “seriously” and in line with the investigation results.

(China Daily)

 

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