Original title: A drunk white woman who wanted to take a dog on a Hong Kong tram was rejected and cursed “Go back to China”. Driver: You are in China!
[环球网报道]According to Ta Kung Pao, a drunk foreign woman took a tram without a mask and brought a dog on a tram in Central, Hong Kong on July 13. She refused to get off after being warned by the driver. According to the report, the woman was forced to get out of the car until the driver refused to drive. After getting off the car, the woman repeatedly abused the driver and passengers with swear words at the door and clamored “Why didn’t you go back to China?” : “You are in China”.
The video showed that after getting off the car, the woman took the mask in her hand, stood at the door of the car, yelled many times, had a verbal dispute with the driver, and after the driver said “call the police”, she asked the driver, “Hurry up and look at the dog.” Can you get in the car”.
After a dispute, the woman shouted, “Why don’t you go back to China, where you belong?”
“You are in China”! The driver replied.
But the woman still didn’t give up, she still asked loudly, “Why don’t you go back to China, where you belong?” The driver then answered “You are in China” three times in a row.
After the video was posted on social media Facebook by Ta Kung Pao, many netizens praised the driver’s attitude.
“The driver’s brother is so awesome! A real Chinese!”
“The driver is great! Like!”
Some netizens also said that dogs are not allowed in the car, “unless she has a visual impairment and needs a guide dog.”
“Dogs are not allowed in the car, unless she is visually impaired and needs a guide dog.”
“Foreigners, don’t wear masks in public places. I’m sorry, (fine) 5000.”
“Hand over to the police.”
A reporter from Global.com has contacted the Hong Kong Police Public Relations Office on this matter. As of press time, the Hong Kong police stated that they had inquired about the relevant alarm records in the Central area on the day of the incident on July 13. “We believe that the police did not receive the relevant 999 police report.”
According to the “Prevention and Control of Diseases (Wearing Masks) Regulations” (Chapter 599I) issued by the Hong Kong Government News.com, it stipulates that within a specified period, except for country parks as defined in Section 2 of the “Country Parks Ordinance” (Chapter 208) And outdoor public places in special areas, any person when boarding on public transport, or while on public transport; or when entering or in an area where the MTR fare has been paid; or when entering or in a specified area Always wear a mask in public places. According to Hong Kong’s “Public Bus Service Regulations”, drivers are not allowed to allow any animals to be carried by the bus, with the exception of guide dogs accompanying blind persons on the bus.