Drunken Juliette Batters Romeo in Nanjing’s Hexi

Drunken Juliette

A young intoxicated lady has spent a night at the pleasure of the Nanjing authorities after drunkenly laying into an imported car on display at a mall in the Hexi area of Nanjing.

It was after a year-end company dinner on 10 February when the inebriated lady in question came across an Alfa Romeo Giulia exhibition model on display in a Hexi shopping mall.

Yao Wangchen, a spokesperson for the Shazhou local police station of Jianye District, said that the girl preceded to kick the front of the red sports car seven or eight times, causing considerable damage to its paintwork. She then removed her boot and flung it at the driver’s door window.

A fellow reveller, a male, attempted to restrain the lady but failed. She also hit out at mall security officers when they intervened, attempting to kick one in the stomach. She was wrestled to the ground, after which police took her to the local station where she spent the night, remembering nothing of the incident the following morning.

CCTV footage of the incident was broadcast by Jiangsu TV, and was subsequently posted on video sharing site Youku.

Damages to the car were put at ¥150,000, given that the vehicle would now have to be sold as second hand; it being illegal to sell a damaged car as new. The lady faces charges of damaging public and private property.

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Frank Hossack
Editor-in-chief and Music Critic, Frank Hossack, has been a radio host and producer for the past 34 years, the past 25 of which working in media in China, in the process winning four New York Festivals awards for his work, in the categories Best Top 40 Format, Best Editing, Best Director and Best Culture & The Arts. 贺福是我们杂志的编辑和音乐评论员,在过去的34年里一直从事电台主持和电台制片的工作。在中国有近25年的媒体工作经验。工作期间他曾经四次获得过纽约传媒艺术节大奖,分别是世界前40强节目奖,最佳编辑奖,最佳导演奖以及最佳文化艺术奖。