Woman cuts up 32 wedding dresses at bridal salon after argument over deposit – World News

The 32 dresses are said to be worth £10,000 and the spat occurred after the outlet refused to return the money after a customer suddenly canceled a £900 wedding package.

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China: A woman cuts wedding dresses in the bridal salon

A woman cuts off 32 wedding dresses at a bridal salon after an argument over a deposit.

She started using scissors to cut after a feud with the store and was videotaped ripping dresses while she moved between the shelves of her gowns.

The woman, whose name has not been released, took drastic action because she wanted her £400 deposit back.

China’s Sohu website reported that the damage occurred in a store in the Jiangjin district of Chongqing on January 9.

The 32 dresses are said to be worth £10,000 and the dispute arose after she refused to return the money after a client suddenly canceled a £900 wedding package.

The video shows the angry woman cutting white traditional Chinese wedding dresses before quickly transitioning to expensive traditional dresses.

You pass through the rails and rails of dream dresses and proceed to cut almost every dress in the clothes rack.

The woman begins to destroy her



The footage quickly went viral as the video became popular on social media.

The person photographing it explains the value of each dress and says it cost thousands of Chinese yuan.

“Think clearly. These dresses cost several thousand yuan,” he heard them say.

“In the thousands? Even if it’s several thousand, that’s fine,” the woman replied, continuing to cut the gowns with scissors. “Call the police.”

Clothes rails have been cut



“This? It’s tens of thousands,” the customer is warned as she goes to work with the scissors on a traditional red and gold dress estimated to cost more than £1,000.

The angry woman replied that she would be fine if she paid 100,000 yuan, or 54,000 pounds

The store refused to refund her due to its policy of not refunding down payments.

More traditional gowns have also been targeted



The woman insisted that she would be happy to pay for dresses, which are considered luxuries in the Republic of China.
The damage she did to the clothes would have cost a large sum in Chinese wages.

But the store apparently offered to make some arrangements to celebrate the baby’s 100th birthday, as the customer was reportedly expecting a baby, according to Weibo.

A report from local television station Chongqing Broadcasting Group showed that police officers are being photographed in the store checking damaged wedding dresses.

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