Man shot by girlfriend in SUV caught on video arrested by Chinese police

In China, a video of a man being run over repeatedly until his girlfriend died has shocked Chinese social media.

A man, identified only by his surname Zhang, was arrested on the following charges: brutally kill his girlfriendsurnamed Wang, drove her body several times in his car in Tangshan, Hebei Province on Tuesday.

After the incident, Wang was taken to a local hospital, but was pronounced dead shortly after.

Local authorities arrested Chan at around 3:00 p.m., just hours after he fled the scene across from the public swimming pool.

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A clip of the incident shows Chan ramming a white SUV into Wang, who falls to the ground. Bystanders are seen trying to intervene and move Wan to safety, but are unsuccessful.

Chan then steers the car towards a bystander and runs over his girlfriend repeatedly while on the ground.

A local pool employee told news outlets that Wang was working at the pool. Police said the incident is still under investigation.

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The video went viral on Weibo, and the brutal nature of the attack caused an uproar among social media users. Some users questioned the authorities’ efforts to protect women from such attacks.

Many people remember brutal attack on women’s group At a yakiniku restaurant in the same city in June. The attack on the restaurant, caught on video, has sparked outrage among Chinese social media users who believe authorities are not doing enough to protect women and uphold public safety.

The killing video is the latest to spark outrage in the country over gender-based violence. man in july videos ambushes his ex-wife Laiyang’s daughter went viral.Earlier this week, the man’s video drag a woman Jumped into the toilet stall of the bar and shocked the citizens.

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Nine suspects were arrested in the restaurant attack and two women were hospitalized. The incident sparked an outburst of national outrage and debate about violent crimes committed against women across China.

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