Look, beating someone up is definitely not the right thing to do. Even when the action may feel warranted, one should never attempt to resort to physical confrontation.
Recently, in China, one lady got the lesson of her life when she decided to conveniently forget how queuing worked when ordering at a cafe.
Things, however, went south from there when a fellow customer did not take her actions lightly and began brandishing their own brand of justice. They started to whack the woman uncontrollably for a good half a minute!
Shared on the Facebook page 我们是马来西亚人 We are Malaysians, the video has garnered 1k reactions and 283 comments, and witnessed many in support of the assailant, saying that this should be a lesson to those who put themselves first above everybody else.
They also felt the server is also partly to blame for not insisting that the client should have queued up first.
We know, that the attacker wanted to give the victim a much-needed wake-up call but going on full rampage mode is a little too much. But if placed in the same situation many would visualise doing the same, right?
With that being said, we sincerely hope that others out there do not resort to physical confrontation and simply talk things out.
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