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Q: What should I do if I get arrested in China?

11 years 2 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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1. Pray

2. Negotiate a bribe

3. Go home if price is right

4. Get deported if price is wrong

5. Reflect upon your stupidity that got you arrested

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If you are arrested in China, you can't rely on money to bribe. If you beat someone, you can only lose money and apologize. If the other party doesn't understand, you can only eat Chinese national food. If you are drugged, you will die.

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thought this migjt be useful to Hangzhou residents during G20

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Let the police and legal system handle it fairly and according to law.

 

Oh, right....  skip the country if you can?

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well,,,,, let's put it this way,,,, I hope you like rice.

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Make sure you carry lube

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You call viki to get you special service

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Think you won't get arrested again.

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Never sleep and keep a firm grasp on them kidneys.

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