Skip to comments.Man Folds Girlfriend Into Suitcase, Takes Her Home
Posted on 06/26/2014 2:30:23 PM PDT by nickcarraway
In a shocking incident, a man who did not want to hear the word 'no' from his girlfriend, took an extreme step and packed her into a suitcase and took her home.
The girlfriend wanted to break off from her boyfriend following an argument, reports Asia One.
According to CCTV footage of a hotel in China's Xi'an province, the man and his girlfriend can ben seen entering the hotel lobby around 10am. The same day, around 3pm, the man can be seen exiting the hotel while dragging what appears to be a heavy suitcase along with him.
The man had rented a cab to travel to his hometown Liaoning. The cabbie heard some sound coming out of the suitcase and reported to the authorities.
When the police officials opened the suitcase, they found a bound woman inside it.
The man later told the cops that he had asked his girlfriend to 'bear with the discomfort for a short while' and then everything would be alright and he would take good care of her for the rest of their life. He was not ready to let the girl go even though she wanted to get out of their relationship and hence came up with the idea of taking her forcibly to his hometown without attracting attention.
The man was charged for kidnapping his girlfriend.
Wheels on suitcases were a great innovation.
I guess he bagged her.
Left holding the bag
At least he didn’t spread any germs.
Not a ping.
He trunkated the relationship.
did he see that in one of those Ocean movies ?
There’s a girl shortage in China. Being convicted of kidnapping and imprisoned may move this guy well on the way to the alternative.
“...he would take good care of her for the rest of their life.”
Sounds like something straight out of a horror movie.
Paging Warren Zevon.
this was a “he didn’t suit” case...
talk about junk in the trunk
name her george and hug her, and squeeze her forever and ever!
I was thinking The Police myself.
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