Intoxicated woman disrobes and pees in middle of a Chinese restaurant

Photo courtesy of Sanook

A woman heavily intoxicated in a restaurant in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, caused a stir by undressing and urinating in full view of other patrons.

The shocking incident was captured and shared online, sparking widespread concern and reminding people of the dangers of excessive drinking.

In the heart of a bustling eatery in Shenzhen, a woman lost control of herself after consuming a large amount of alcohol. In her intoxicated state, she took off her trousers and squatted in the middle of the restaurant to urinate. The entire ordeal was not only viewed by the horrified customers present but also captured in a series of photographs that were later disseminated on social media.

Many online users expressed their worries for the woman, photographed in an unconscious state akin to that of a corpse. They hoped that she was not taken advantage of in her vulnerable state. The incident sparked a wave of concern, emphasising the potential dangers of drinking heavily and losing consciousness in public places, regardless of gender, reported Sanook.

Some web users took this opportunity to underline the risks associated with excessive alcohol consumption. They warned that becoming heavily drunk outside the home can lead to dangerous situations. Thus, to avoid regrettable incidents upon waking up, they advised individuals to monitor and control their alcohol intake.

In related news, police used a stun gun to subdue a drunk Thai man after he stabbed a 7-Eleven convenience store worker with a pair of scissors in the central province of Lop Buri because the victim refused to sell him alcohol. Read more about this story HERE.

In other news, a fatal drink driving accident unfolded in Kanchanaburi, when an intoxicated police officer struck a motorcycle, instantly killing the rider. The officer, who was behind the wheel of his pick-up truck, was found with a blood alcohol level of 300 milligrammes per decilitre (mg/dL), six times over the legal limit of 50 mg/dL. Read more about this story HERE.

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Samantha Rose

Samantha was a successful freelance journalist who worked with international news organisations before joining Thaiger. With a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from London, her global perspective on news and current affairs is influenced by her days in the UK, Singapore, and across Thailand. She now covers general stories related to Thailand.

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