Chinese scooter rider drives along street dragging woman behind him

Shocking moment Chinese scooter rider drives along street dragging woman behind him after row over road crash

  • The footage was captured in Guilin city, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region 
  • The scooter rider, Zhao, argued with the woman, Zhou, after a traffic accident
  • Zhao surrendered himself to the police station and was fined 200 yuan (£24)
  • This is the shocking moment a Chinese scooter rider drove along a street dragging a woman behind him after row over a road crash.

    The video was filmed in the city of Guilin in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, southern China, on December 11.

    It shows a man riding along a road while dragging a woman from the back of his scooter.








    This is the shocking moment a Chinese scooter rider drove along a street dragging a woman behind him after row over a road crash in southern China

     This is the shocking moment a Chinese scooter rider drove along a street dragging a woman behind him after row over a road crash in southern China

    The video was filmed in the city of Guilin in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on December 11

    The video was filmed in the city of Guilin in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on December 11

    Other cars crossing the bridge can be heard horning the man driving the moped. 

    The person recording says: ‘Catch the rider. Stop the scooter. She’s going to die. Call the police!’

    The man can then be seen driving away without the woman. 

    According to reports, the scooter rider named Zhao had an argument with a woman called Zhou after a traffic accident.

    According to reports, the scooter rider named Zhao had an argument with a woman named Zhou after a traffic accident

    According to reports, the scooter rider named Zhao had an argument with a woman named Zhou after a traffic accident

    Zhou grabbed Zhao’s bag and refused to let him go. 

    Zhao was forced to drive away, dragging Zhou at the back of his scooter for dozens of metres. 

    Zhou’s clothes were damaged and she suffered minor injuries. 

    Zhao surrendered himself to the police station at night due to pressure. He was detained for ten days and fined 200 yuan (£24).