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Police have punished a man who demanded doctors at a Nanning hospital provide medical assistance to his pet dog on the morning of Aug 27. Surveillance footage shows the man causing a ruckus at the First Affiliated Hospital of Guangxi University of Chinese Medicine at about 4 am when doctors refused to treat the animal, which had minor injuries. The man, who had driven his dog to the hospital, fought with doctors in the emergency department and threatened to kill them if his dog died due to their refusal to treat it. Police took the man in custody, and he was later placed in a detention house for 10 days for disrupting the operation of a hospital. “introducing” his single colleague, surnamed Zhuang, 23. Using the account, Cong posed as the woman and convinced Zhuang to send money to buy property and make investments, which was channeled through third-party bank account. When the woman refused to meet him in person, Zhuang realized he had been duped and called the police. Cong was detained and will faced trial on fraud charges. a woman and paid Jun 6,000 yuan ($880). Jun, who has no medical qualifications, allegedly watched a video about performing the surgery during the operation at a hotel in Gongshu district. Bin’s parents called the police after learning what had happened. Jun is charged with illegally practicing medicine.