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Chinese Man In Homemade Porsche Stopped By Police

July 22, 2016 by Joey Wang

Chinese Man In Homemade Porsche Stopped By Police

Police in the great southern city of Zhuhai stopped a 34-year old man in a homemade Porsche and fined him a hefty 4500 yuan ($675) for driving an unregistered vehicle. They also deducted six points (out of 12) from his driving license, which the man actually had.

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Chinese Truckers Don’t Mind A Missing Wheel Or What

June 17, 2016 by Joey Wang

Chinese Truckers Don't Mind A Missing Wheel Or What

Police in China’s Jiangxi Province stopped a red Dongfeng truck near a toll station. The truck was missing a wheel. The driver, waering a black shirt, said it was no problem. Police thought otherwise and impounded the vehicle. They later learned that the truck had been involved in an accident in another province, causing heavy damage to the cabin, and… the front axle to break.

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Chinese man takes an intravenous saline solution, while driving

June 23, 2015 by W.E. Ning

Chinese man takes an intravenous saline solution, while driving

Police in the great city of Wenzhou in Zhejiang Province in China was very surprised to see a man on the highway driving a Volkswagen Santana Vista at 80 kilometer per hour while administering himself a intravenous saline solution, holding a pink stick with the bag on top, while fiddling with his pone with his other hand.

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Spy Shots: Roewe W5 open police patrol car

June 23, 2015 by Tycho de Feijter

Spy Shots: Roewe W5 open police patrol car

Spy Shots showing a brand new variant of the good old Roewe W5 SUV. This is a typical Chinese open police patrol car. Vehicles like this are used within big cities for regular police patrols, especially in city centers and around important locations. And an open police petrol can also be used as a parade car.

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Chinese policeman hits the road on an impounded Kawasaki Ninja H2, without a Helmet

June 9, 2015 by Tycho de Feijter

Chinese policeman hits the road on an impounded Kawasaki Ninja H2, without a Helmet

A very brave or very suicidal Chinese policeman, riding a super sonic Kawasaki Ninja H2 hyperbike trough heavy traffic in Shanghai. The officer is of the low-traffic-police kind, those that are standing on crossroads directing traffic in rush hour, and fining bicyclists for existing. How did he get his ass on a Ninja?

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Meet the Sabertooth, a new Badass APC for the Chinese police

May 28, 2015 by Joey Wang

Meet the Sabertooth, a new Badass APC for the Chinese police

This is the big black badass Sabertooth Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) for the Chinese police. Four of these law-enforcement monsters were officially launched for duty by the authorities in the great city of Hefei in Anhui Province, with a lot of thanks to the United States of America.

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Introducing the Henan Xinma Neighborhood Patrol Car

December 4, 2014 by Tycho de Feijter

Introducting the Henan Xinma Neighborhood Patrol Car

This is the Henan Xinma Neighborhood Patrol Car, seen on the Security China exhibition in Beijing last month. The Neighborhood Patrol car is an electric vehicle developed for police patrol duties in local neighborhoods, compounds, and public parks. A neighborhood police station in China is usually very small, two officers and a dog, and they used to ride bicycles around their block. These days however the coppers have gone all electric.

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Introducing the Zijing Qingyuan Armored Spherical Cabin Electric Patrol Vehicle

November 28, 2014 by Tycho de Feijter

Introducing the Zijing Qingyuan Armored Sperical Cabin Electric Patrol Vehicle

This is the mad Zijing Qingyuan Armored Spherical Cabin Electric Patrol Vehicle, seen on the Security China exhibition in Beijing last month. The vehicle is developed for anti-riot work by police and paramilitary forces. Its most interesting feature is the spherical cabin, allowing policemen a 360 degree look around.

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Police in China attacks Jaywalking with portable rolling fences

September 23, 2014 by W.E. Ning

Police in China attacks Jaywalking with portable rolling fences

Jaywalking is a big problem in China, taking thousands of lives and causing trillions of hours of traffic jams each year. Most notorious jaywalkers are pedestrians, followed closely by bicycles, scooters, and tricycles. Jaywalking is almost a national sport, with people looking happy and even proud when they reach the other side under a red traffic light.

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Stay out of Trouble at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show

April 18, 2014 by W.E. Ning

Stay out of Trouble at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show

…or you get to deal with these dangerous looking gentlemen, seen here drilling at the exhibition hall for the Beijing Auto Show that starts on Sunday. The organization is apparently afraid of rioting auto fans.

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