You Can Always Count On Chengguan To Pick Fights With The Homeless

Harbin Train Station, August 26.┬áNot much more information is given on this video posted earlier this week, but the uniformed man appears to be a chengguan — urban management officer — and we’re told the old man is a beggar. No word on what caused this scuffle, or why the chengguan seems so incensed. (Pointing a finger at someone, the way the officer does here, is a terrible insult in this culture.) All we know is that we’re not terribly surprised: uniformed man beating up a homeless man? Chengguan would, of course. Youku video for those in China after the jump.

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