Tough Shanghai woman caught and fined for violating traffic rule, strips off naked and tears at male cop's trousers

Strips off,Shanghai woman

A middle aged woman stripped herself nude and tore at male cop's trousers when fined for riding her scooter in the wrong direction in Shanghai.

A middle aged woman stripped off naked and vehemently resisted law enforcement of police when caught violating traffic rules in Shanghai, Xinmin Net reported.The woman was caught riding her scooter i...   Full Story

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