Man Thrown Off Train in China After Refusing to Leave Seat or Show Ticket

A clip has gone viral on Chinese social media showing train station officers dragging off a foreigner who allegedly stole two seats and refused to move.

According to Shanghaiist, the incident happened on a train that was making a 2,401 kilometers trip from Shanghai to Xining, the capital of Qinghai province on Sunday. The foreigner, reportedly a Ghanian citizen, occupied two of the seats on the train.

However, when the attendant came to check tickets, the man reportedly refused to show his.

Soon later, police were called in to intervene. In viral clip, officers can be seen speaking to the man, but he did not budge. Shanghaiist said in its report that the officer in question had already given him a second warning, but he still refused.

The officer dragged off the man from his seat by his shoulders and took him away.

Featured image via Miaopai

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