WATCH: 'Russian' woman unleashes fists of fury on Harbin taxi driver

By Ryan Kilpatrick, November 19, 2014

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This video recently uploaded from the formerly Russian-held city of Harbin in north-east China's Heilongjiang Province purports to show a Russian woman (the blonde one; you're welcome) getting into an altercation with a local cabbie over her taxi fare. It appears that more diplomatic means of recourse are quickly exhausted, however, as the lady soon resorts to socking the driver in the face.

Few details pertaining to the disagreement, the people involved or the resolution (if any) are available, so we're afraid it's just pure voyeurism at its finest from here on in. Enjoy.


H/T China Content Crush

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