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This footage shows four motorists ganging up on one man over a parking spot at an airport car park in a row that left him bloodied and ramming his car into another vehicle.
The outnumbered owner of a Kia, who has been identified by his surname Ke, took his revenge by ramming a Buick people carrier, footage shows.
The incident happened at Tianhe airport in the city of Wuhan, capital of China’s central Hubei Province, where the Kia owner and Buick driver, surnamed Liu, began quarrelling in the crowded car park.
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According to the authorities, the pair were both waiting for passengers but had a disagreement over parking.
The heated argument turned physical and Ke allegedly attacked Liu with a spanner, cracking his skull open.
Three of Liu’s friends – surnamed Li, Hu and Zhang – came to his aid and were filmed punching the Kia owner, eventually grabbing the spanner and avenging their acquaintance.
Video shared online shows Ke then taking his revenge by ramming Liu’s Buick.
Airport police said they detained Li, Hu and Zhang after the four-versus-one brawl.
They were each given seven days of detention while Ke and Liu were taken to hospital for treatment.
The police said the pair will be punished once they are discharged from hospital.