2 Americans Cause RMB10,000 Damage to Nanluoguxiang Bar

By Justine Lopez, July 29, 2016

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On Monday night, two Americans reportedly caused quite a scene at a bar in Nanluoguxiang, China.org.cn reports. The whole thing sounds like the world's most bizarre bar brawl, if you ask us. 

According to the establishment's owner, a man and woman walked into the bar on the night of July 25 and sat down at separate tables. After some time, the woman stood up and started throwing the bar’s musical instruments onto the floor. She then hurled a glass at a counter.  

The woman then attacked a waiter, who tried to intervene. The woman reportedly scratched and slapped the waiter. The American man and woman then began to bicker. 

According to the article, the two Americans attempted to flee the scene twice but were brought back to the bar by restaurant employees both times. 

During the strange bar fight, the two managed to cause roughly RMB10,000 (or USD1,500) worth of damage, the owner stated. The names of the two Americans have not been released. The reason for the disturbance remains unknown, although a police investigation is underway. 

[Image via Examiner.com]

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