A Chinese woman drove to Nanshan Scenic Area in Sanya, Hainan Province with her relatives and friends. When she saw a traffic jam ahead, she detoured into the village, but was stopped by the local villagers and threatened to pay tolls.

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] China's Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) epidemic prevention is unblocked, and tourists appear in scenic spots around the country. A Chinese woman and her relatives and friends drove to Nanshan Scenic Area in Sanya, Hainan Province. I took a detour into the village, but was stopped by local villagers and threatened to pay tolls.

The woman exposed the incident and sparked discussions.

The party involved, Ms. Nie, said that she drove to Nanshan Scenic Area with her relatives and friends on the 28th. When she was about to reach the parking lot of Nanshan Temple, she found that there was a traffic jam in front of her. Any sign that said toll fees would be stopped by a local male villager when he was about to leave the village, asking for a toll of 10 yuan (about 44 NT dollars) per car.

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Ms. Nie described that the villagers who stopped the car spoke directly, saying that they would not give money or ever. The car ran to the next car to charge, "Running over to our car and breaking the rearview mirror of our car."

The man who stopped the car said to Ms. Nie and her group, "The fee is 10 yuan (RMB), and you will not be allowed to pass. The road is in front of my house. If you don't want to give it to you, you can call the police. The police don't care." This made her quite angry, because at that time There were a lot of cars. In order not to waste time for herself and others, she did not choose to call the police at the moment, but she exposed the incident afterwards and hoped that others would pay attention. All cars are blocked, unlike what other Chinese netizens said at the beginning, only cars from Northeast China were blocked.

The incident aroused the attention of Chinese public opinion. Some Chinese netizens were sour. The man who blocked the car was really rich. Male, retorted, "Then you don't have to pass through other people's houses, so I can crush all your land from your door." The pros and cons quarreled.

In any case, the behavior of the man who stopped the car attracted the attention of the local police; after investigation, the man who stopped the car, surnamed Dong, charged 10 yuan for each passing car from January 25th to 29th on the grounds that tourist vehicles passing through his own land would affect their lives. The behavior constituted extortion, and he was sentenced to administrative detention for 10 days, and at the same time he had to hand over his illegal gains.

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