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Man Jumps from Casino Ship to Escape Loan Sharks

Man Jumps from Casino Ship to Escape Loan Sharks

Gambling on loan-shark borrowed money is all fun and games until you lose most of that money and are forced to strip to your skivvies and jump from your 3rd floor cabin window aboard the casino ship that has been the reason for your short-lived fun and subsequent woes, into the frigid waters of Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbor below.

A Chinese nationwide surnamed Lu found that out of the hard way final week, based on the china paper Ming Pao. He presumably borrowed HK$120,000 (more or less US$15,460) from loan sharks and embarked on a evening of gambling aboard the casino ship, which skirts (or rather sails) around Hong Kong’s strict gambling laws by sailing out into international waters, a ever more popular ploy the world over.

The ship was someplace nearby the Eastern Harbor Crossing Tunnel between Lei Yue Mun and Kwun Tong whenever man made their escape effort (the loan sharks were presumably on board with him) after burning through the borrowed money. He wrapped his documents and what little cash he had left in plastic, stripped down, donned a life coat, and jumped from the screen of his cabin.

Rather than being free to swim to safety and make his damp way home however, he had been acquired by another ship, which quickly brought him, soaking and sullen, to a police that is nearby, and then from there to a medical facility for a check-up.

Whilst the man was launched by authorities and hasn’t been charged with any crime, the au 阅读更多

Man Jumps from Casino Ship to Escape Loan Sharks

Man Jumps from Casino Ship to Escape Loan Sharks

Gambling on loan-shark borrowed money is all fun and games and soon you lose most of that money and are forced to remove to your skivvies and jump from your own third flooring cabin window aboard the casino ship that was the explanation for your short-lived fun and subsequent woes, into the frigid waters of Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbor below.

A Chinese nationwide surnamed Lu found that out of the way that is hard week, based on the oriental newsprint Ming Pao. He presumably borrowed HK$120,000 (more or less US$15,460) from loan sharks and embarked on a night of gambling aboard the casino ship, which skirts (or rather sails) around Hong Kong’s strict gambling laws by cruising out into international waters, a ploy that is increasingly popular world over.

The ship ended up being somewhere near the Eastern Harbor Crossing Tunnel between Lei Yue Mun and Kwun Tong when the man made their escape attempt (the loan sharks had been presumably on board with him) after burning through the borrowed cash. He covered their papers and just what money that is little had left in plastic, stripped down, donned a life jacket, and jumped from the screen of his cabin.

Rather than being free to swim to safety and make their wet way home however, he had been picked up by another ship, which promptly brought him, soaking and sullen, to a police that is nearby, and then from there to a medical facility for a check-up.

As the guy was released by police 阅读更多