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Angry Shanghainese Woman Curses Shanghai Metro Worker

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Angry Shanghainese Woman Curses Shanghai Metro Worker

Post by wuxi » September 6th, 2010, 3:09 am

A middle-aged Shanghainese woman caught trying to avoid paying for subway fare is filmed shamelessly cursing and yelling at a crying Shanghai Metro employee for 20 minutes.




Translation-

Shrew: What the f**k are you, what are you so smug? (fight in the middle)
Shrew: You f***ing c**t, who the f**k do you think you are?! Your old c**t of a mother couldn’t sell her c**t so she found you in the trash outside.
Worker A: What are you doing? Are you cursing me or my mother?
Shrew: What does it matter? I’m cursing you, cursing you, cursing your mother’s old c**t, cursing you, cursing you, cursing your mother. What? Your mother’s dirty rotten c**t, can’t sell her c**t and found you in the trash, you know that, right?
Worker B: Let it go, why are you doing this, yelling at her continuously until now?
Shrew: At your age, what do you think you can do with your face?
Worker A: You cursing me is one thing, but you even curse my mother.
Shrew: So what if I curse your mother? How did your mother give birth to someone like you? So many people at this station, yet is there anyone like you? There is no one like you.
Shrew: What the f**k are you doing?
Crowd: Alright, stop yelling, just let it go.




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Post by globetrotter » September 6th, 2010, 4:27 am

The Chinese tend to find it amusing when someone like this happens. So when something unusual happens a crowd will gather and video the encounter.

Thus you get to see lots of these videos because they sparked the interest of Chinese passersby.

But in reality this sort of thing happens very very very rarely. You can travel for a month in Shanghai and never see or hear something like this ever

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