nothing good comes out of china part 12
you see you cannot turst one chinese ......especially with your animals ......they have no respect at all ......i keep saying this ......and now look .....piece of shit .....i hope he gets what is coming to him .......thats why you trust no one ....... especially chinese ....its in their genes ...they cannot help it .....they just hate living things....... they butcher everything ........and this is why we have covid ....becasue of them ......i had it twice ....... and my hatred towards the whole country .......and nation is beyond hatred ........they are repugnant..... heatless ......evil .......little men .....with penis insecure problems ....otherwise why would you hurt a dog .....and i do not eat the food . .....my hatred for this culture s beyond ....and so should anyone who has and covid .......apart from they make undewear and socks........as i say .......and lucy liu .......she is the only ......one ....oh!!!!! and constance wu....who was with jaylo in hustlers ....but thats the only exception.........
A woman in China had her dog adopted by a man who threatened to butcher it as a way to extort money from her.
Chen, a woman from Shenzhen in southern China, decided to have her dog adopted as she could not spend time with him. She reportedly posted an adoption notice on a second-hand trading platform, where she met the man who promised to care for him in his home in Huizhou city.
He allegedly promised to send her videos of Duobao adapting in the new home. However, Chen received a text message from the man the next day, saying he sold Duobao to a butcher shop in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. He demanded 5,000 yuan (approximately $719) in exchange for the dog’s safe return.
“You lied about you being a dog lover, didn’t you?” Chen reportedly asked the man. “I’m not sure if I can redeem Duobao after paying you, give me some time.”- ADVERTISEMENT -
“I don’t need the dog anymore,” the man replied. “You don’t have that much time.”
Chen did not pay the ransom. She decided to go to the man’s apartment, but there was no sign of the man or her dog. She reported the incident to the police last week and was told that she was not the first victim of the man’s pet adoption scam.
The scammer admitted to selling Duobao to a dog peddler, but he denied extorting Chen, according to The Paper.
“The dog is mine as I adopted it, it’s normal to sell it for money,” he said.
“The 8.8 yuan sent by the man is a gift rather than being a regular payment for a deal as the amount is far lower than the dog’s market price. When the man threatened to sell the dog to a meat shop, Chen was entitled to ask for its return,” Chai Xin, a lawyer from Dentons Law Firm, told Jimu News.
The incident has sparked outrage on Chinese social media, with some netizens saying that the man has no conscience.