PHOTOS: 14-year-old duck thieves in Guangxi forced to publicly kneel with dead ducks in their mouths

By Ryan Kilpatrick, August 29, 2014

0 0

On Monday, two 14-year-old boys caught trying to steal ducks in Guangxi were forced by nearby villagers to kneel by the roadside with dead ducks hanging off their shoulders and suspended from their mouths.



The boys, who also live in the countryside near Yizhou, were known to the duck farmer who carried out the punishment. He said that he wanted to "seize the opportunity to teach them a lesson." Police were never called in.



Last month, a 40-year-old woman was caught stealing in a clothes market in Wenzhou, Zhejiang. The store owner then forced the woman to wear a Cultural Revolution-style placard around her neck reading, "I'm a thief and should be beaten." The woman was also forced to kowtow and paraded through the market with her hands bound behind her back. All the while, shoppers took countless photographs and shared them online.


In December last year, an e-bike thief apprehended in Suining, Sichuan was stripped down paraded along the street in the cold of winter until police officers arrived on the scene.



Three years ago, a young woman caught shoplifting clothes in Taizhou, Zhejiang had her clothing torn to shreds and and the words "I am a thief" written across her body. After the store owners got bored of beating her, they called in the police.


more news

PHOTOS: Guangxi hosts questionable bull-fighting party to celebrate harvest

What's not to like about bull fighting? Oh right, everything.

PHOTOS: Girl jumps to to her death from Guangxi bridge as onlookers take pictures

Following half-assed civilian rescue attempt, girl drowns to death and disappears.

PHOTOS: Guangxi holds beauty pageant for sweet potatoes

Guangxi sweet potato enthusiastics celebrate true beauty.

17-year-old girl detained after posting photos of herself taking ketamine online

A 17-year-old girl in Jiangxi was detained after posting photos of herself and a group of friends snorting Ketamine.

PHOTOS: Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, father of the giant rubber duck, gives Taiwan giant rabbit

Part of the Taoyuan Land Art Festival, the rabbit is also well-timed to coincide with Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations

PHOTOS: Guangxi TV makes models walk down catwalk covered in live insects

Guangxi TV teams up with Italian fasion agency, bringing viewers a creepy crawly road to supermodeldom

0 User Comments

In Case You Missed It…

We're on WeChat!

Scan our QR Code at right or follow us at thatsonline for events, guides, giveaways and much more!

7 Days in China With

Weekly updates to your email inbox every Wednesday


Download previous issues

Never miss an issue of That's Magazines!

Visit the archives