Wife Drags Drunk Hubby Lying In Road Out From Under Bus

Story By: John FengSub-Editor:  Joseph Golder, Agency: Asia Wire Report  

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This is the moment a visibly angry wife kicks her husband and drags him along the ground by one leg as onlookers laugh after he allegedly got drunk and lay down in the road in front of a bus following a row.

The bizarre moment was captured by witnesses and on the bus’s surveillance camera while passing through Xinhua Street in the city of Nanning, capital of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in South China.

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In the footage dated 8th January, driver Zhou Wanjie’s number 212 bus can be seen travelling along the road when the unnamed husband runs in front of the vehicle.

As Mr Zhou brakes, the dramatic hubby lies flat on the ground, as if waiting for the bus to run him over.

When the bus does not move, the husband gets up and crawls into the undercarriage.

Mr Zhou recalled: “I was confused, so I stopped and put the handbrake on.

“I got out to see what was happening, but he didn’t move and kept saying: ‘Run me over. Run me over.’

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“When he realised I wasn’t going to drive any further, he got up and climbed under the front of the vehicle.

“Then a woman arrived and pulled him away, but he came back afterwards and climbed underneath my bus again.”

Mobile phone video taken by bystanders shows the woman – reportedly his wife – storming onto the scene and kicking her allegedly drunk husband as he embarrasses her in public.

The mortified woman drags her spouse away by one leg, pulling him out from under the bus and moving him to the side as bemused passers-by look on.

According to reports, the authorities arrived to arrest the husband after he returned to the undercarriage of Mr Zhou’s bus.

The authorities said the stunt, which started after the couple had a row and the husband got drunk, caused a delay about around 20 minutes.

An investigation is ongoing.

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John Feng

I am a senior journalist and editor, and have worked for a number of different news agencies over the last decade. I am currently editor-in-chief of the Asia Wire Report news wire.

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