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

Harbin Train Station, August 26. Not 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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