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Hit boss with mop after Chinese worker harassed boss

Female civil servant China After allegedly harassing her with an unwanted text message, he repeatedly bumped her boss into the face with a mop and threw a book and water at him.

The footage is a 14-minute video posted on Weibo that has been shared millions of times since Sunday, showing a young woman, known only Zhou, marching to the manager’s office.

When the boss identified as the king remains sitting at the desk, she taps her head three times with a mop, pauses, screams, and swipes again.

All the while, according to Chinese media, Wang, the deputy director of the poverty alleviation department in Beilin District, Heilongjiang Province, barely flinch.

A Chinese female civil servant repeatedly hit her boss’s face with a mop, throwing books and water after harassing her with unnecessary text messages.The footage shows a young woman, known only as Zhou, marching to her manager’s office in a 14-minute video posted on Weibo that has been shared millions of times since Sunday.

When the boss identified as the king remains sitting at the desk, she taps her head three times with a mop, pauses, screams, and swipes again.

She then pokes his face directly at him

While the boss identified as the king remains sitting at the desk, she taps her head three times with a mop, pauses, screams, and then swipes again.She then stabs him directly into the face with a cleaning device

Speaking angry on her phone, Zhou leaves the office and turns around with a cleaning device before piercing her face directly into the king four times.

Her boss tries to apologize for saying that his text message is just a joke, but she accuses him of assault.

Then she taps the mop on the king’s head two more times. It’s powerful enough to blow splashes.

While sitting at the desk and clasping his hands, the king approaches the table and hits his head with something that looks like a glass frame.

Incredibly, he remains composed while she throws four books at him.

During her explosion, Zhou throws four books at the king

Her boss tries to apologize for saying that his text message is just a joke, but she accuses him of assault

During her explosion, Zhou throws four books at the king.Her boss tries to apologize for saying that his text message is just a joke, but she accuses him of assault

At one point, an angry worker pressed the king's computer monitor against him. Zhou, who claims that his boss sent an inappropriate text message three times and sent a similar text message to a colleague, reported to police last week.

At one point, an angry worker pressed the king’s computer monitor against him. Zhou, who claims that his boss sent an inappropriate text message three times and sent a similar text message to a colleague, reported to police last week.

And in the final act of anger, she picks up a container of water and throws the contents at his face-and presses his computer monitor against him.

Zhou, who claims that his boss sent an inappropriate text message three times and sent a similar text message to a colleague, reported to police last week.

As a result of an internal investigation, it was found that the king had a “problem of life discipline.”

According to the Xinhua News Agency, he was dismissed from work and removed from the Communist Party status. Asia One report.

Meanwhile, Zhou is suffering from a “mental illness,” officials said. She has not been disciplined as a result of her actions.

It is unknown when the conflict occurred.

In 2018, when the new #MeToo movement rocked China, a wave of people rushed in.

That year, a global movement began when a Beijing college student publicly accused the professor of sexual misconduct.

Although it helped to encourage activism, Xi Jinping President government to strengthen the control, it came in when you are canceling the opposite opinion.

Women who complain face censorship and official resistance. The movement has had few victories, and it was in 2019 that sexual misconduct was added to court regulation as the reason for the proceedings.

In a rare victory, a woman who used another name, Liu Lee, won a proceeding against her former boss in July of that year. Social workers in the western cities of Chengdu were required to make a public apology but were not given damages.

Above, Zhou is about to throw water at his boss. As a result of an internal investigation, it was found that the king had a

Above, Zhou is about to throw water at his boss. As a result of an internal investigation, it was found that the king had a “problem of life discipline.”He was dismissed from his job and removed from his Communist status

Hit boss with mop after Chinese worker harassed boss

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