Proving that we are just as capable of bad behaviour as anyone else.
This video has been making the rounds this week. At a restaurant in Sha Kok Estate in Hong Kong last week, two groups of people got into a fight over something. It’s a lot of yelling and screaming. Y’know, your pretty typical mass argument.
Typical, that is, until 40 seconds in when someone picks up a teapot and flings the hot water at someone else. That person then chases the target of his rage around the restaurant, teapot swinging wildly like a weapon. I think he actually manages to chase the other person down and hit him multiple times about the head and shoulders with the teapot. Twenty second later, someone else picks up a chair and hurls it at I think no one in particular. People are screaming, limbs are flying. At 1:30, a white-haired elderly woman who looks about four-and-a-half-feet tall courageously wades into the throng to try and calm the teapot-wielder down.
It’s equal parts horrifying and (admittedly) engrossing… from the safety of my keyboard, that is. Video, after the jump.