Shocking moment an angry man leads a club-wielding gang to smash a laundry shop after 'they destroyed his favourite cardigan'

Shocking moment an angry man leads a club-wielding gang to smash a laundry shop after 'they destroyed his favourite cardigan'

  • Five men smashed a laundry store in Deyang city, China
  • The Gang leader accused the store for damaging his Louis Vuitton cardigan
  • The man turned himself in and his accomplices have been arrested too

A shocking CCTV clip shows the moment when five men smash a laundry shop after they had allegedly destroyed his Louis Vuitton cardigan in Deyang city, China.

Shocking moment an angry man leads a club-wielding gang to smash a laundry shop after 'they destroyed his favourite cardigan'

The incident recorded by a CCTV camera on December 26 shows the five suspects, getting off a black car, all wearing masks and holding clubs while they smashed the glass door to get into the shop.

Shocking moment an angry man leads a club-wielding gang to smash a laundry shop after 'they destroyed his favourite cardigan'

After they destroyed the counter and some clothing, they left the store.

Shocking moment an angry man leads a club-wielding gang to smash a laundry shop after 'they destroyed his favourite cardigan'

The male costumer, surnamed Yang, was the suspect gang leader and turned himself in on December 27, his four accomplices were arrested too.

Shocking moment an angry man leads a club-wielding gang to smash a laundry shop after 'they destroyed his favourite cardigan'

On December 26, Yang complained that his black Louis Vuitton cardigan had been ruined by the shop.

Shocking moment an angry man leads a club-wielding gang to smash a laundry shop after 'they destroyed his favourite cardigan'

It is not stated what damages the cardigan had got. Price of the cardigan was not disclosed, either.

Source: Kami.com.ph

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