Traffic accident scam pair jailed
Two fraudsters have been jailed in Dongguan for staging fake traffic accidents in order to claim large amounts of compensation from the driver, an act known as The men, surnamed Liu and Tan, made around 20,000 yuan ($2,870) from their scams, according to Dongguan No 1 Intermediate People’s Court. In one incident, the pair were bought a gold necklace by a driver after Liu pretended to have been hit by her car, while Tan passed himself off as a police officer. For the crime of extortion, Liu and Tan were jailed for 18 and 14 months, respectively, and fined 3,000 yuan. night at a karaoke bar on Dec 17. She told police that when she said no, Tan stopped the car and told her to get out. Wei was rescued almost four hours later, at about 3:50 am. Sanitation workers in Hefei surrounded a car with dozens of trash cans after the vehicle’s owner parked it illegally in front of a waste recycling station on Dec 17. According to a local resident, the driver parked his car at about 4 pm and did not return for several hours. A sanitation worker said the car had seriously affected the station’s operations. Winter wonder
An aerial photo taken on Wednesday shows the spectacle created by frost-covered pine trees in the Jingyuetan Scenic Area in Changchun, Jilin province.
his foster daughter, who he supported financially for more than 23 years. Fang Chongcai, 54, adopted Xiao Fang when he was 31. However, according to Chinese law, a single man cannot adopt a daughter unless he is above the age of 40. Xiao filed a case against Fang, and the city’s Qianfeng district people’s court recently ruled that her adoption was invalid. who comes from a poor family in Guizhou province, was treated for cardiovascular disease at the No 2 Hospital Affiliated to Nanjing University of Medical Science last year. He was discharged when the hospital learned the he was too poor to pay for his medical bills, but returned recently, accompanied by his mother, to pay the money back and thank the hospital for giving him a second chance at life. of demanding 20,000 yuan ($2,880) compensation after claiming they burned their mouths on the restaurant’s soup. According to the owner, they placed funeral wreaths outside his restaurant after he refused to pay up. Police said the four suspects were all drug addicts.