Drunken paedo commie exposed on internet
Chinese official sacked for restaurant escapade
A Chinese government official has been sacked after photos and vid clips of him drunkenly trying to force an 11-year-old girl into the men's toilet of a Shenzhen seafood restaurant surfaced on the internet, Reuters reports.
Lin Jiaxiang, former Communist Party chief and deputy director of the Shenzhen Maritime Safety Administration, was quickly given his marching orders by the Ministry of Transport, an example of the government's increasingly swift reaction to official misbehaviour in an attempt to "try and dampen widespread disgust over corruption and officials' abuse of power".
According to other news agencies, Lin boasted to the parents of his intended victim that he was "a high official from Beijing" and offered them money by way of appeasement. The Ministry of Transport will further probe the matter before deciding if additional punishment is in order. ®
oh dear Adam & Dave the worn out joke
Adam, go over there as an representative of a Japanese company, and see how you are 'managed' by part officials pretending to be suppliers, offered bribes, lied to over production and comprehensively messed around when you ask some very relevant and uncomfortable questions. Oh ,and to make it incredibly easy for you to realise that the comment didn't apply to the entire nation - please, do try harder than that sixth-form riposte - he was referring to the people he met. Which was quite a few in number and over a number of years.
Of course, you'e been there a lot too as a representative of a Japanese company over some years and can speak from a vantage point of a lot of experience. oh........
Thanks for the second rate sarcasm Dave the 80's joke. You must have read my mind when you made that comment about Africa as he spent a year in Uganda doing charideeee work after leaving college. You're right that he can be a bit of a moron sometimes but hey, at least he got off his backside at some point unlike armchair sneerers such as you (or indeed me too really), eh?
For all those interested in a peek (no, not the dirty sort)...
Ministry of Transport?
What proves that the People's Republic of China is a dictatorship is that the Ministry of Transport will be deciding on whether or not more disciplinary action is in order. Excuse me? The official would already be in the hands of the local constabulary in any democratic, civilized nation; his being a "high-ranking official" would have utterly no relevance on the matter whatsoever.