Gangsters throw 1,000 COCKROACHES in Taiwan restaurant ‘because of unpaid debts’
- Two mobsters hurled 1,000 cockroaches into a restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan
- Attack on G House Taipei, believed to be carried out by a criminal gang
- Obviously, attackers were involved in a financial dispute with the owner
Authorities are investigating after two gangsters have thrown 1,000 cockroaches into a restaurant in Taiwan.
Police believe Monday’s attack on G House Taipei could have been carried out by a criminal organization in revenge for unpaid debts.
CCTV footage released by Taipei Police shows two men dressed in black entering the restaurant and throwing the insects before running back out.
Authorities are investigating after two men reportedly thrown 1,000 cockroaches into a restaurant in Taiwan
Police believe Monday’s attack on G House Taipei could have been carried out by a criminal organization in revenge for unpaid debts
Taipei Police Commissioner Chen Jia-chang said the incident likely targeted the restaurant owner, who allegedly owes money to a criminal gang.
At a press conference on Tuesday, Chen said throwing bags of cockroaches is classified as a violent act and should be punished.
Chen added that the cockroaches were small and probably the kind used to feed fish.
After the attack, G House Taipei announced that the restaurant would be completely sterilized.
Four men and a woman suspected of involvement in the attack have been reportedly detained.
The persons are said to have been involved in a financial dispute with the restaurant owner.