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Q: is there something wrong with chinese sence of humor or does this stuff happen in the states

 

Air Pump Stuck Into Chinese Child’s Anus as Prank

 

 

 

Du Chuanwang, a 13-year-old Chinese boy being transported in an ambulance to Beijing after coworkers at an auto repair shop inserted an pneumatic air pump into his anus and pumped him air into his body. Here, he waves to netizens who have been following his story and donating to help pay for his medical costs.

 

 

 

 

Du Chuanwang, a 13-year-old Chinese boy lying in a hospital bed who is in critical condition after coworkers at an auto repair shop inserted an air pump into his anus and pumped him air into his body.

 

 

Youth suffers prank, body perforated by air pump

 

 

would grown men do this to a 13 year old boy anywhere else and be able to stay out of prison and say they can not pay for the hospital pills. because  i do not know, but i hope not.

 

 

 

to read article go to china smack

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Super glue on the toilet seat in Wall Mart store as prank for April 1st 'celebration'. Fire fighters took man to a hospital together with the toilet bowl and seat glued to his butt. Doctors surgically removed toilet seat out of the man's back.

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Oh, you mean.."Is there something wrong with Chinese sense of humor or does this also happen in the United States?"

* What a bunch of a******s to do such a thing to the young boy! :( If I were his parents, I would be absolutely LIVID!! :(

* "this was done with intent" indeed and the people responsible should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. :(

* No, I've never heard of something like that happening in my country.

* Yes, one can read about some bizarre stuff that Chinese people have done on Chinasmack.com. I read the other evening about a Chinese guy who stabbed his mum 9 times at the airport in Shanghai! :0 Another Chinese man was so drunk that he started munching/biting a Chinese women's face! :( I immediately thought of the Hannibal Lector movies with acclaimed and one of my fave actors Anthony Hopkins.

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in america we have what are called boundaries. when someone steps over those boundaries they are punished (either by the police or through civil courts) 

this was a crime. this was assault of a minor. if anyone would have done this to a child in the states they would never be able to use that silly excuse "it was a prank"  they would be in jail for a few years. 

 

 

it is good to see you finally dropped the act. because it is clear to everyone you are not from the states.

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Sick and stupid people!

 

Nothing more to say than that.

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"good point bog but you forgot their land." I don't give a FLYING F*** whose land it is!! :( It is completely inexcusable to do that to a young child.

* Yes crimo, good point about boundaries..VERY important in ANY society!

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even my Chinese friends thought that is not even a joke....that was sick......so i do not think this thing is consider as a joke to Chinese people at least the Chinese people i know...........and i heard  of Chinese jokes before and trust me if you understand the language....you would laugh your ass off

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unforgivable

yes

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Ha, I remember when we used to light toddlers on fire, but just for a second, it was hilarious.

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OK then I'll answer differently.

 

I think it is obviously a mistake; the people didn't know the harm it would cause the boy.

 

Your answer is rather dehumanizing of the Chinese.

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