Recently, a video of a man wearing a black jacket and carrying a briefcase in Harbin driving an Audi illegally parked and having an altercation with a law enforcement traffic policeman has attracted attention. The man was once suspected to be a local official, and some people called him the “deputy mayor”. On May 27, the Harbin traffic police reported that the owner of the car was actually an employee of a local clothing company, and the vehicle was a private car purchased by his father.
A video posted online showed a man wearing a black jacket and carrying a briefcase while driving an Audi and parked illegally. Facing the traffic police’s law enforcement, the man said that his car had broken down, and called the traffic policeman a “child”, saying “I’m so proud of you” and “I asked what your name is”.
A Harbin man drove an Audi to park illegally and had an altercation with the law enforcement traffic police.
The Harbin Municipal Public Security Traffic Management Bureau reported that at 10:00 on May 24, at the intersection of Youyi Road and Shanghai Street in Daoli District, Harbin City, a black Audi car with the license plate number black AFK××8 was illegally parked on the roadway. The traffic police on duty gave the owner Gao a verbal warning and told him to drive away. Gao’s language accused and hindered the traffic police from enforcing the law, which aroused the attention of the Internet.
According to the report, the owner of the car involved, Gao Mou, male, 41 years old, is an employee of a clothing company in Harbin. The vehicle Gao was driving was a private car purchased by his father. Because of its illegal parking, it seriously hinders the traffic order and hinders the on-site traffic police from enforcing the law. The police have imposed administrative penalties on him according to law.
Written by: Nandu reporter Ao Yinxue