During a pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong, four people were attacked by a man with a knife.
Sunday night in the district of Tai Koo located on Hong Kong Island people were gathered at Cityplaza mall. What happened next no one saw coming.
Protesters were out demonstrating against proposals that would permit extradition to China’s mainland. It worked as the proposals have been dropped and the protesters have included more demands. The top priority, implementing a plan that would give most all adults in China the power to vote.
The attack was fueled by political differences, the attacker was a Mandarin-speaking pro-Beijing supporter. The unstable man stabbed three people and bit a piece of
Hong Kong’s free press got a female victim to quote about the incident and this is what she had to say:
“The suspect brought out a knife after an argument with her sister and her husband.”
Andrew Chiu Ka-yin a local councillor had a chunk of his ear bitten off by his attacker. As a result of the violence, angry protesters began beating the man up before police were able to arrest him.
(Image courtesy of Thestandered.com, source BBC)