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[quote=JIMMYB,512534]The photographer was also interviewed. According to him, the foreigner was mild and didn’t speak dirty words at first. When the woman exclaimed and held his motorbike tightly, he became angry and yelled dirty words in Chinese. Some Chinese people who didn’t know the whole incident even tried to beat the foreigner when he spoke dirty words. The photographer thought both sides should be blamed. The foreigner knocked the woman down. However, the woman performed like an actress. In fact, she was injured badly. He handed over his photos and video to the website he worked for. Sadly, some media revised his description and made up the story that the foreigner was framed up. The photographer’s photos have been removed from the internet. The reporter who reported the wrong story apologized but his face was blurred in the video. Also, the photographer sent two apology messages to the woman. But the woman didn’t think the photographer made a sincere apology. “He never told me his name. I didn’t think it was an apology.”, said the woman. I read that the photographer already made an open letter of apology on the internet. I don’t know if the woman will forgive him. [/quote]
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