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Q: How many bicycles have you stolen in China?

or did you ever steal anything else. ? 

5 years 29 weeks ago in  Shopping - China

 
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Zero.

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only one. An that was my own bike, which someone stole 2-3 weeks ago. My wife saw it locked in metro station, so I came there and she called police in between. they help us open the lock and we stole our bike back angel

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Haha, if you come accross someone who says 5 and 1 Ebike  and they are from Shenzhen, let me know.

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Steal a bike? I usually pay the extra-special laowei price of [add 50-200 RMB]. 

I never steal things.

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Look, Scandinavian guy, you are not exactly the fountain of tact.

 

Echinacities front page is replete with every crime that every foreigner ever committed in China and now you put up a post like this one.  Doesn't help the brand at all.

 

Did they pay you to do it?

 

And never mind your glib answer.

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Are you alright, Scandinavian?

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