The incident was caught on tape by a female passenger, who uploaded the clip to Chinese website Sina Weibo, China Daily reports.
The older man, a 67-year-old who has been identified only as “Chen,” boarded the subway at around 8:30 a.m., according to Sina.com. The younger man, a 28-year-old identified as “Wu,” reportedly shoved Chen out of the way as he scrambled to get a seat.
Chen then began chastising Wu for not respecting his elders, a witness told New Express Daily, according to China Daily’s translation. The woman says the older man then punched Wu, resulting in a physical fight that ended with the biting scene in the video.
The witness noted that bystanders initially did try to break up the fight, but it quickly became so violent that they were frightened away.
Both Chen and Wu suffered only minor injuries, according to Sina.com’s translation of the Southern Metropolis Daily.
Neither man is facing charges, and both reportedly apologize for their actions. Even so, residents of Guangzhou may want to consider seeing if they can get in on the zombie apocalypse training offered by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, just to be safe.
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Asked by mooflymoo
Sorry for being so inactive! I’ve been really busy. I’ve heard that story before and it makes sense to me. What do the rest of you guys think?
THIS IS NO FASHION SHOW!
No doubt, your ZSK (zombie survival kit) is very important. It should contain everything you need for survival during an outbreak. Your life is going to depend on it!
….But what happens if you get separated from it?
Let’s say that you have to climb a tall fence, crawl into a tight space, or an undead grabs a hold to it. What are you going to do? Die trying to protect it? Well, if you care about living, you may need to just ditch it in order to live another day.
You’ll lose a lot of vital and essential gear, but that doesn’t mean you’ll have to live without those things. Plan ahead and buy a fanny pack. You can find them on amazon and ebay for about $8.
With it, you can store extra matches/lighters, flashlight, water purification straw/tablets, map, knife, rope, etc. so that you can always be better prepared.
How you use your fanny pack is totally up to you. You don’t have to use it as a back-up in case you lose your ZSK. You can also use it to supplement your current ZSK. Rather than storing often-used items in your bag, you can just store them in your convenient fanny pack. No longer will you need to dig through your bag for things like flashlights, maps, and knives. Not only that, but it’s much faster than having to stop, take your bag off, and digging through it.
It might also be a good idea to leave your fanny pack in the trunk of your car or at friend’s/girlfriend’s/boyfriend’s house if you find yourself spending a lot of time there. You aren’t guaranteed to be at home with your ZSK when you receive news of the outbreak. Maybe you’ll be at work and your home neighborhood is already overrun with zombies. No need to risk your life for your pack, but that’s okay because of your secondary “lite” pack.
….BUT WAIT! THERE’S MORE!
Other uses -Give it to someone else- If someone is in your party, you may want to let them hold on to it since it will essentially be a mini-ZSK. It could build confidence in them and make them feel safer knowing that they aren’t totally helpless. You just have to be careful of who you trust with it.
Reblog if you plan on buying one now.
Any other ideas or uses you can think of for this?
Such a simple, brilliant idea.
You’ve got a handful of choices but in a nutshell you’ve got Walking, Bike, Motorized Vehicle, or another Animal. Each has ups, each has downs.
Walking will tire you out, wear out shoes, and is generally the slowest, but is also the quietest, and leaves your hands free. Bikes move under your power, and can coast, but will require maintenance over time and must be walked though some areas. Motorized Vehicles are generally the loudest, require fuel (Be it a battery or gasoline) and can not squeeze into tight spaces. However, they do not tire you out, and can allow you to carry more. Animals allow you to carry slightly more, but require being fed, and special medical knowledge should something go wrong.
In light of recent news, in an effort to increase survival odds for some of you, I’m gonna (try) to post at least one tip like this a day. (I may end up using the post scheduler just to be safe.)
And remember, common sense is your most important weapon. Stay safe, stay alive folks.
Is it weird that I chose my current bike based on how useful it would be if zombies came? Mine has plenty of room to carry supplies if I ended up needing to use it. It just takes some searching to find the right one. :D
El Paso police say 21-year-old Fernando Ureta attacked two passengers Friday afternoon inside a Sun Metro bus. Police say the driver tried to calm the man down, but he lunged and bit one man in the chest and the leg. He also kicked an elderly lady.
When the driver stopped the bus, Ureta tried jumping into the back of a pick-up truck. When the pick-up driver got out of the vehicle, the suspect punched him in the face.
“Then he tried to confront the officers. One of the officers did deploy a taser and he was taken into custody without any further incident,” said Javier Sambrano with The El Paso Police Department.
Police say the law doesn’t allow them to test the suspect for drugs or alcohol. Sun Metro also says anytime an incident like this happens, they conduct their own investigation to see if anything can be learned to prevent something like this from happening again.
I can’t find anything saying if the man had a history of drug use or violence, if any one would happen to know any thing else about this or any other story please feel free to tell us!
- Movie Theater
- Antique Stores
- The middle of Montana
- and the list goes on…
*This list is only for use after the apocalypse has taken full effect, not during the chaos of its start.
Remember that zombies will wander. They’ll move to where they hear people, and try to imagine places where there are less people. Avoid hospitals, police stations, and stores like Wal-Mart. You want to avoid large masses of zombies. This also means staying out of cities. Small towns are the best. These places are not 100% void of zombies, but it should reduce the number that you have to face.
Antique stores are such an awesome choice, especially antique malls. I work in one and on top of it being very easy to secure from zombies trying to force their way in, there are soooo many good melee weapon choices that you wouldn’t be able to find easily any where else. Not to mention if it is an antique mall, there is probably a good stock of food in the back due to the large amount of employees and vendors.
Asked by Anonymous
Looking it up now, thank you!