Woman, 39, calls the police 16 times to falsely claim that her boyfriend has corona virus after a row
‘Drunk’ woman, 39, wrongly calls the police 16 times and claims that her boyfriend has corona virus because ‘he couldn’t apologize to her after a fight’
- The woman told the Chinese police that her boyfriend had a cough and a fever
- She later admitted that she was lying because her partner had refused to say sorry to her
- She also claimed that she was acting under the influence of alcohol while calling
- The 39-year-old was detained on suspicion of false claims with the police
A woman in China wrongly called the police 16 times and claimed that her boyfriend was infected with the corona virus because the man had not apologized to her after a fight.
The 39-year-old, known by her last name Ma, told officers in Tainjin that her boyfriend had coughed and had a fever before leaving their shared flat.
She was detained last week after admitting that she had lied to the police to teach her friend a lesson.
The woman, identified as 39-year-old Ma by the police, is depicted as being taken by an officer after admitting that she had made false allegations that her boyfriend had coronavirus
The suspect, currently in custody, said her friend refused to apologize after an argument and hoped to vent her anger and teach her partner a lesson
The suspect said she was acting under the influence of alcohol while calling the police.
The case was unveiled on Saturday by police from Wuqing, a district of Tianjin, via their social media account.
According to an official message, Mrs. Ma called the police at the Hexiwu police station more than a dozen times on Wednesday.
She said she had drunk a large amount of distilled rice wine and argued with her boyfriend, who then left the house.
She claimed that her partner had coughed and had a high fever since last night.
The police found her friend, Mr. Wang, shortly afterwards in a house of his friends.
Mr. Wang showed no symptoms when the officers met him. The police then arranged medical checks for him and he turned out to be healthy.
Video released by Pear Video shows officers from the Hexiwu police station in Tianjin arriving at the woman’s house to investigate after she called them 16 times
The woman is shown while her temperature is being measured by health workers after the police had her partner checked in a hospital. The man turned out to be healthy
Mrs. Ma confessed then that she decided to make false accusations to take revenge because her boyfriend had not said sorry to her and that the next day would be Valentine’s Day.
Mrs. Ma was detained by the police on suspicion of false claims against the police and disruption of social order.
The new coronavirus – known as COVID-19 – comes from the central Chinese city of Wuhan and has infected more than 74,000 people in China.
The government has locked up tens of millions of people in various cities that have been hit by viruses, extended new lunar holidays, and pulled out flights to control the virus.
The new coronavirus has killed at least 2,129 people and infected more than 75,700 worldwide
The new coronavirus – known as COVID-19 – comes from the central Chinese city of Wuhan and has infected more than 74,000 people in China. On the photo, members of a neighborhood committee are on guard to check whether people enter Beijing on February 19
At night, Hubei health officials reported 349 new cases out of a national total of 394 and 108 out of 114 new deaths across China. The figures are the lowest daily tolls in a month
Hubei, located in central China, accounts for more than 80 percent of confirmed cases and 95 percent of deaths worldwide.
At night, Hubei health officials reported 349 new cases out of a national total of 394 and 108 out of 114 new deaths across China.
The figures are the lowest daily tolls in a month and Beijing said the efforts to combat outbreaks “work.”
The coronavirus epidemic has killed at least 2,129 people and infected more than 75,700 worldwide and spread to at least two dozen countries.
SOUTH KOREA REPORTS HIS FIRST CORONAVIRUS DEATH
South Korean health officials in hazmat suits spray disinfectant for the Daegu branch of the Shincheonji church of Jesus in the city of Daegu on Wednesday
South Korea saw its first coronavirus death after the 2.5 million people in the city of Daegu were locked up today after the cases in the country had almost doubled to more than 100.
Mayor Kwon Young-jin spoke on television and urged citizens to wear masks and stay inside, while revealing his concern that the contamination could quickly overwhelm the city’s health infrastructure.
A man in his sixties in the neighboring province of North Gyeongsang tested positive for the corona virus after Wednesday’s death after symptoms of pneumonia, the authorities said.
A patient suspected of carrying the new corona virus, called COVID-19, arrives Wednesday at Kyungpook National University Hospital in Daegu, South Korea
The increase in cases comes after a 61-year-old woman, known as “Patient 31,” got a fever on February 10 but continued to visit the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, a nationwide “cult.”
The Deagu branch of the cult has around 8,000 congregants and 37 of its members, as well as “Patient 31” are affected by the deadly infection known as COVID-19.
Patient 31 is thought to have attended at least four shifts since she fell ill and refused to be tested on the grounds that she had not recently traveled abroad.
The woman is also believed to have infected another person in the hospital.