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PRC WOMAN STEALS AND EAT DURIAN IN SHOP’S TOILET

On July 27, according to Changsha Radio and Television’s “Star Video” report, in Jieyang, Guangdong, a video of a woman stealing durian in a supermarket toilet caused heated discussions among netizens.

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Surveillance showed that the woman was holding a box of durians in the supermarket. After walking to the door of the toilet, she looked around and found that no one quickly hid in the toilet.

A few minutes later, the woman ate the durian in the toilet and left the supermarket. The staff said that when the cleaners were cleaning the toilet, they found the durian box and the durian core, and they only understood after checking the monitoring.

According to Guizhou Radio and Television, the supermarket responded that the cleaners found durian boxes and fruit pits in the toilet. The store manager called monitoring and found that the woman took a box of durian worth 100 yuan into the toilet and threw it in the toilet after eating it. 10 bucks. The person in charge of the supermarket said that the woman ate a box of durians in 3 minutes and was worried that she was choking.

After the incident, the businessman did not call the police and only hoped that the woman would regret it.

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According to Article 49 of the “Public Security Administration Punishment Law of the People’s Republic of China”: Whoever steals, defrauds, robs, snatchs, extorts or deliberately damages public or private property shall be detained for not less than 5 days but not more than 10 days, and may also be fined not more than 500 yuan. If the circumstances are more serious, he shall be detained for not less than 10 days but not more than 15 days, and may also be fined not more than 1,000 yuan.

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