Taobao Seller Travelled Over 850 km to Beat Up Buyer Who Gave Bad Review

Everyone who shops online would know about Taobao.

It has practically everything and when I say everything, I am talking about planes and buildings.

Orders can be delayed when you order stuff online, it just comes with the territory.


So what do you do if your stuff has not arrived?

Leave a bad review?

I mean, what else can you do right?

Well, a woman in China did just that but she didn’t expect what was about to happen next.

What happened

On 23 Dec, the woman who would like to go by the pseudonym of Xiao Li filed a complaint against a Taobao vendor, Zhang, the Beijing Times reported, as translated by Shanghaiist.

She mentioned that her clothing orders were not shipped on time, and subsequently she received a deluge of threating messages and phone calls from Zhang, including death threats.

Well, surprisingly enough, she did not report it to the police.

On the 27th, her package had arrived but when she went over to a nearby pick-up station she was shocked to see Zhang.

The encounter was captured by the CCTV in the vicinity.

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As you can see from the clip, she was assaulted as Zhang slapped her and kicked her in the knee which caused her to fall to the ground.


He, then, skedaddled from the scene.

Xiao Li was admitted to the hospital where she was treated for her concussion.

To make matters worse, Zhang had the audacity to text her while she was in the hospital, mentioning that he had travelled 860km to beat her up.

That’s when she reported the incident to the police.


Are you guys shook like me? This isn’t the first time someone beat a customer up coz’ of bad reviews.

Remember the incident where the husband was beaten up coz’ his wife left a bad restaurant review online.

Okay, that’s enough Internet for today.

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