24 October 2012

Diaoyudao shi womende!

It must have been a very strong breeze that propelled this scaffolding bracket from a construction site near the Zhujiang metro station...


to float across an alleyway...


and then land atop this Japanese brand automobile,
  where it struck squarely in the middle of the sunroof.

2 comments:

aywg said...

Mitch,

Fortunately, Xiaoshan didn't share the reprise of the collective Red Guard madness of sexually-neutered simpletons taking out their frustrations on good-quality designed car-products or shops (ironically made in China or staffed by locals).

Anyway, remember the Shop? So, we're drinking there as per normal in the late evening, and I noticed a Nissan with a Chinese flag-sticker over the badge. The first and only one I saw here during the island's dispute.

I pointed it out to our favourite English long-legged beer monster who remarked upon it being a very unusual sight here in XiaoShan - the owner must be quite hyped-up by the protests. He is obviously worried for his Nissan, so protects it via a magical-shield sticker, to show his credentials as Chinese 5000-year history patriot.

So, I said, let's go and smash the car up anyway...

Ashley

Potomacker said...

Dude, don't go using real names when detailing your vandalism exploits!