In Hong Kong, millions take the Peak Tram every year, making it one of Hong Kong Island’s biggest tourist draws. And where there’s tourists, there’ll be vendors who try to capitalize. Unregistered taxi drivers, for instance.
There must be several unwritten rules among such drivers, which I won’t pretend to know, but one such rule seems to be obvious: don’t bargain with potential customers until those in front of you have done so first. What happens when someone breaks that rule?
Watch the above. Fists fly from all directions. Youku video for those in China after the jump.