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صور امرأة صينية تحطم صرافا آليا

أدى نفاد صبر امرأة صينية إلى تحطيمها للواجهة الأمامية لجهاز صراف آلي بيديها بعد أن ‏اعتقدت بأنه ابتلع بطاقتها الإلكترونية.‏
تسببت امرأة بمشهد درامي في محطة الميترو في مدينة تشانجتشون بمقاطعة جيلين الصينية، فبعد أن أصيبت بالإحباط، بدأت المرأة التي لم يذكر اسمها، بتحطيم الجهاز في محاولة ‏منها لاستعادة بطاقتها الإلكترونية، بحسب صحيفة “دايلي بيبلز” الصينية، إلا أن جهد المرأة ذهب سدى لأنها لم تعثر على بطاقتها في جهاز الصراف الآلي، وبعد أن ‏سحبت واجهة الآلة وشاهدت محتواها، ازداد الإحباط لدى المرأة لأنها لم تجد البطاقة، وطلبت ‏من المارة مساعدتها في البحث عن بطاقتها.‏
واستدعى المتواجدون في المكان الشرطة لمد يد العون لهذه المرأة.
وصرح أعضاء الهيئة الإدارية في البنك بأن أجهزة ‏الصراف الآلي لم تبتلع أي بطاقة من قبل، وعبر عن استنكاره للفعل الذي قامت به المرأة عبر ‏تحطيم الجزء الأمامي من الألة. ‏
وعلى إثر هذا الحادث، أمرت الشرطة بوضع المرأة في مصح عقلي لكي تخضع لتقييم نفسي.‏
يذكر أن هذا الحادث ليس الأول من نوع إذ قامت امرأة بتحطيم صراف آلي في مدينة دونجوان ‏في مقاطعة جوانجدونج الصينية العام المنصرم بحسب صحيفة الدايلي ميل البريطانية. ‏

 

Pic shows: Lin and the broken ATM machine. The bizarre case of a phantom bank card has seen a woman arrested after she expertly pulled an ATM machine to pieces claiming it eaten card. But because it quickly became apparent when there was no card in the machine that the woman may have been suffering psychological problems, she was taken to a psychiatric unit for evaluation instead. The woman, surnamed Lin, was first seen slapping the ATM and shouting near a metro station exit in Changchun, capital of north-east China’s Jilin Province. Eyewitness Hui Hsing said: "She was really shouting and clearly very annoyed with the machine. She said the machine swallowed her debit card. She said she knew it was in there somewhere, and was going to get it back." As a crowd gathered around the angry woman, they were amazed at the way she managed to claw the machine apart with her bare hands, even tearing off the frame of the ATM, revealing rolls of receipt paper inside. Hui Hsing added: "She disassembled the ATM within a matter of minutes. It was a really professional job." Changchun police answering a call from the public about vandalism confirmed that they detained Lin, who was adamant that the machine had taken her card with no good reason. But police decided to take her to a psychiatric Institute after a bank representative later said that no card was found in the ATM. Police are waiting for a result of the evaluation before deciding how to proceed. (ends)
Pic shows: Lin and the broken ATM machine.
The bizarre case of a phantom bank card has seen a woman arrested after she expertly pulled an ATM machine to pieces claiming it eaten card.
But because it quickly became apparent when there was no card in the machine that the woman may have been suffering psychological problems, she was taken to a psychiatric unit for evaluation instead.
The woman, surnamed Lin, was first seen slapping the ATM and shouting near a metro station exit in Changchun, capital of north-east China’s Jilin Province.
Eyewitness Hui Hsing said: “She was really shouting and clearly very annoyed with the machine. She said the machine swallowed her debit card. She said she knew it was in there somewhere, and was going to get it back.”
As a crowd gathered around the angry woman, they were amazed at the way she managed to claw the machine apart with her bare hands, even tearing off the frame of the ATM, revealing rolls of receipt paper inside.
Hui Hsing added: “She disassembled the ATM within a matter of minutes. It was a really professional job.”
Changchun police answering a call from the public about vandalism confirmed that they detained Lin, who was adamant that the machine had taken her card with no good reason.
But police decided to take her to a psychiatric Institute after a bank representative later said that no card was found in the ATM.
Police are waiting for a result of the evaluation before deciding how to proceed.
(ends)
Pic shows: Lin and the broken ATM machine. The bizarre case of a phantom bank card has seen a woman arrested after she expertly pulled an ATM machine to pieces claiming it eaten card. But because it quickly became apparent when there was no card in the machine that the woman may have been suffering psychological problems, she was taken to a psychiatric unit for evaluation instead. The woman, surnamed Lin, was first seen slapping the ATM and shouting near a metro station exit in Changchun, capital of north-east China’s Jilin Province. Eyewitness Hui Hsing said: "She was really shouting and clearly very annoyed with the machine. She said the machine swallowed her debit card. She said she knew it was in there somewhere, and was going to get it back." As a crowd gathered around the angry woman, they were amazed at the way she managed to claw the machine apart with her bare hands, even tearing off the frame of the ATM, revealing rolls of receipt paper inside. Hui Hsing added: "She disassembled the ATM within a matter of minutes. It was a really professional job." Changchun police answering a call from the public about vandalism confirmed that they detained Lin, who was adamant that the machine had taken her card with no good reason. But police decided to take her to a psychiatric Institute after a bank representative later said that no card was found in the ATM. Police are waiting for a result of the evaluation before deciding how to proceed. (ends)
Pic shows: Lin and the broken ATM machine.
The bizarre case of a phantom bank card has seen a woman arrested after she expertly pulled an ATM machine to pieces claiming it eaten card.
But because it quickly became apparent when there was no card in the machine that the woman may have been suffering psychological problems, she was taken to a psychiatric unit for evaluation instead.
The woman, surnamed Lin, was first seen slapping the ATM and shouting near a metro station exit in Changchun, capital of north-east China’s Jilin Province.
Eyewitness Hui Hsing said: “She was really shouting and clearly very annoyed with the machine. She said the machine swallowed her debit card. She said she knew it was in there somewhere, and was going to get it back.”
As a crowd gathered around the angry woman, they were amazed at the way she managed to claw the machine apart with her bare hands, even tearing off the frame of the ATM, revealing rolls of receipt paper inside.
Hui Hsing added: “She disassembled the ATM within a matter of minutes. It was a really professional job.”
Changchun police answering a call from the public about vandalism confirmed that they detained Lin, who was adamant that the machine had taken her card with no good reason.
But police decided to take her to a psychiatric Institute after a bank representative later said that no card was found in the ATM.
Police are waiting for a result of the evaluation before deciding how to proceed.
(ends)
Pic shows: The broken ATM machine. The bizarre case of a phantom bank card has seen a woman arrested after she expertly pulled an ATM machine to pieces claiming it eaten card. But because it quickly became apparent when there was no card in the machine that the woman may have been suffering psychological problems, she was taken to a psychiatric unit for evaluation instead. The woman, surnamed Lin, was first seen slapping the ATM and shouting near a metro station exit in Changchun, capital of north-east China’s Jilin Province. Eyewitness Hui Hsing said: "She was really shouting and clearly very annoyed with the machine. She said the machine swallowed her debit card. She said she knew it was in there somewhere, and was going to get it back." As a crowd gathered around the angry woman, they were amazed at the way she managed to claw the machine apart with her bare hands, even tearing off the frame of the ATM, revealing rolls of receipt paper inside. Hui Hsing added: "She disassembled the ATM within a matter of minutes. It was a really professional job." Changchun police answering a call from the public about vandalism confirmed that they detained Lin, who was adamant that the machine had taken her card with no good reason. But police decided to take her to a psychiatric Institute after a bank representative later said that no card was found in the ATM. Police are waiting for a result of the evaluation before deciding how to proceed. (ends)
Pic shows: The broken ATM machine.
The bizarre case of a phantom bank card has seen a woman arrested after she expertly pulled an ATM machine to pieces claiming it eaten card.
But because it quickly became apparent when there was no card in the machine that the woman may have been suffering psychological problems, she was taken to a psychiatric unit for evaluation instead.
The woman, surnamed Lin, was first seen slapping the ATM and shouting near a metro station exit in Changchun, capital of north-east China’s Jilin Province.
Eyewitness Hui Hsing said: “She was really shouting and clearly very annoyed with the machine. She said the machine swallowed her debit card. She said she knew it was in there somewhere, and was going to get it back.”
As a crowd gathered around the angry woman, they were amazed at the way she managed to claw the machine apart with her bare hands, even tearing off the frame of the ATM, revealing rolls of receipt paper inside.
Hui Hsing added: “She disassembled the ATM within a matter of minutes. It was a really professional job.”
Changchun police answering a call from the public about vandalism confirmed that they detained Lin, who was adamant that the machine had taken her card with no good reason.
But police decided to take her to a psychiatric Institute after a bank representative later said that no card was found in the ATM.
Police are waiting for a result of the evaluation before deciding how to proceed.
(ends)
Pic shows: The broken ATM machine. The bizarre case of a phantom bank card has seen a woman arrested after she expertly pulled an ATM machine to pieces claiming it eaten card. But because it quickly became apparent when there was no card in the machine that the woman may have been suffering psychological problems, she was taken to a psychiatric unit for evaluation instead. The woman, surnamed Lin, was first seen slapping the ATM and shouting near a metro station exit in Changchun, capital of north-east China’s Jilin Province. Eyewitness Hui Hsing said: "She was really shouting and clearly very annoyed with the machine. She said the machine swallowed her debit card. She said she knew it was in there somewhere, and was going to get it back." As a crowd gathered around the angry woman, they were amazed at the way she managed to claw the machine apart with her bare hands, even tearing off the frame of the ATM, revealing rolls of receipt paper inside. Hui Hsing added: "She disassembled the ATM within a matter of minutes. It was a really professional job." Changchun police answering a call from the public about vandalism confirmed that they detained Lin, who was adamant that the machine had taken her card with no good reason. But police decided to take her to a psychiatric Institute after a bank representative later said that no card was found in the ATM. Police are waiting for a result of the evaluation before deciding how to proceed. (ends)
Pic shows: The broken ATM machine.
The bizarre case of a phantom bank card has seen a woman arrested after she expertly pulled an ATM machine to pieces claiming it eaten card.
But because it quickly became apparent when there was no card in the machine that the woman may have been suffering psychological problems, she was taken to a psychiatric unit for evaluation instead.
The woman, surnamed Lin, was first seen slapping the ATM and shouting near a metro station exit in Changchun, capital of north-east China’s Jilin Province.
Eyewitness Hui Hsing said: “She was really shouting and clearly very annoyed with the machine. She said the machine swallowed her debit card. She said she knew it was in there somewhere, and was going to get it back.”
As a crowd gathered around the angry woman, they were amazed at the way she managed to claw the machine apart with her bare hands, even tearing off the frame of the ATM, revealing rolls of receipt paper inside.
Hui Hsing added: “She disassembled the ATM within a matter of minutes. It was a really professional job.”
Changchun police answering a call from the public about vandalism confirmed that they detained Lin, who was adamant that the machine had taken her card with no good reason.
But police decided to take her to a psychiatric Institute after a bank representative later said that no card was found in the ATM.
Police are waiting for a result of the evaluation before deciding how to proceed.
(ends)

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