Deliveryman eats takeout in revenge
A man living on the ground floor of a 30-story building in Xi’an is considering legal action against his upstairs neighbors after a washing machine fell from a balcony and damaged his patio. The man, surnamed Shi, discovered the damage at about 6 pm on July 14 after returning home from a trip. No one has admitted to owning the washing machine, so a lawyer has suggested Shi demand compensation from everyone who lives above him, despite the fact the property management company has promised to pay for repairs.
H U A S H A N G DA I LY A man in Jinan ordered takeout on July 22 — only to discover an hour later the delivery driver had eaten it. The customer, surnamed Qi, was then verbally abused by the driver, surnamed Liu, when he called to see why his order was taking so long. Liu said he wanted revenge on people who order takeout because they expect to be fed without expending any effort. The website Qi ordered from has apologized, refunded his 32 yuan ($5) and promised an investigation.
Q I LU E V E N I N G N E WS police in Qiuxian county on July 23 after he got drunk during a family meal in a restaurant and found two of his three children were missing. The man’s 10-year-old daughter had taken her two younger brothers out to play, but she lost sight of them and was spotted crying in the street. Police took her home, while one of the boys returned to the restaurant. An called police to report his 7-year-old son missing at about 10 pm. Police officers eventually found the boy after driving around the area for about an hour.
YA N Z H AO E V E N I N G N E W S woke the next morning feeling sick and sought medical help. Doctors said they had been poisoned by fumes from the coils, which are used to stave off the bloodsucking bugs.
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