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Dinning siu mai and returning it is not fruitful

2021-10-14T22:09:15.096Z

An assault on a convenience store employee occurred in Yau Ma Tei. At about 3 in the morning, a Nepalese man went shopping at a 7-11 convenience store under the basement of No. 38 Dong'an Street and bought tens of yuan of goods, including some "ding-ding" microwave ovens, etc.



An assault on a convenience store employee occurred in Yau Ma Tei.

At 3 o'clock in the morning, a Nepalese man went shopping at a 7-11 convenience store under the basement of No. 38 Dong'an Street, and bought tens of yuan of goods, including some food such as "dingding" microwave ovens.

However, for some reason, someone wanted to return the goods for a refund, so they made a request to the staff.

However, because some of the shaomai had been heated in a microwave oven, the staff refused to give a refund, and the two sides had a quarrel.

It is known that the man himself was slightly drunk and left for a while after an argument, but he immediately returned to the convenience store with a broomstick in his hand.

Someone attacked the male employee without saying a word, and broke the broom stick. The metal in the stick cut the employee's head like a sharp blade, and the floor was stained with blood.

The customer left again, but returned to the scene when the police officers arrived, and was eventually arrested.


The injured staff were sent to the hospital by ambulance for treatment. Because the drunk man was also injured as a result of the attack, he had to be sent to the hospital after the incident. When he arrived at the hospital, he once yelled at reporters at the scene.

The police classified the case as "actual bodily harm caused by the attack" and are investigating the incident.

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Source: hk1

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