A 17year old girl in Xi’an was robbed on her way home. Her three assailants were stopped by a courageous passer-by who then subsequently stabbed him to death before fleeing away. Well, it turns out that the dead hero is a Jiangsu entrepreneur and millionaire who used to give frequently to charity. You can see in the video how the understandably distraught girl was asking to see the man one last time after the police pronounced him dead and covered him up. So should he have saved the girl? Did he die in vain? Netizens are divided it seems. Said one commenter on 56.com:
我靠,真是傻,你这不是该死吗,管那么宽干嘛,你不死谁死啊,谁叫你多管闲事的,还是千万富翁呢,白挣了那么多钱,没机会享用那些钱了吧.中国人太多了, 4一个是一个.4两个是一双,没什么的,太正常了. 兄弟说得好,我顶你.像你们下面的废物,就知道叫,抓小偷的时候,抓到了,打他,你又说残忍,现在这个社会就是这么现实,下面的那群废物,如果是你,你会出手吗 [*]
F*ck, what a fool. Were you not asking for death? Why help at all? Who would die if you didn’t die? Who told you to mind other people’s business? And you’re a millionaire! Think of all your money earned in vain, and now you won’t have an opportunity to enjoy a single cent. China has too many people, so what if one person is killed, or two for that matter. Isn’t it all too common? I support you brother in what you said. All you pieces of sh*t below don’t know what you’r e talking about. If we were to catch a criminal and hit him, you’d see it’s all too cruel. Our society today is too pragmatic. All you pieces of sh*t below, I ask you. If it were you present at the scene, would you really have stepped out to save the girl?
What do Shanghaiists think?