Clean­ers stop night toi­let mug­ger

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - CHINA -

A man in Guiyang was de­tained on sus­pi­cion of rob­bery on July 19 af­ter a woman was mugged in a pub­lic toi­let. Po­lice said the man, sur­named Jiang, laid in wait and at­tacked his vic­tim, sur­named Liu, af­ter she had fin­ished us­ing the toi­let at about 1 am. He al­legedly stole 100 yuan ($15) from Liu, but was seized by clean­ing staff be­fore he was able to es­cape. Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, Jiang told po­lice he had in­tended to rape a woman, but de­cided to only rob Liu be­cause he did not find her at­trac­tive. fol­low­ing an in­ves­ti­ga­tion, of­fi­cers dis­cov­ered Lu and Zuo were both drug users who had got into an ar­gu­ment while tak­ing a taxi home from a ho­tel where they had been tak­ing nar­cotics. Po­lice said Zuo over­pow­ered Lu, stripped her naked and took away her mo­bile phone be­fore kick­ing her out of the taxi and leav­ing her by the side of the road. rupted by three men, wear­ing po­lice uni­forms, who burst in and de­manded Chen pay them a fine. The three men and the woman have been de­tained. 2,000 yuan ($296) in the process. Yu, who has a light frame and is only 165 cen­time­ters tall, told of­fi­cers he quit his job at the restau­rant ear­lier this year af­ter re­al­iz­ing he could break in by squeez­ing through the doors.

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