A Chinese man being evicted from his set-to-be-demolished home delayed the process by fending off wrecking crews and officers with small explosives.
A Chinese man wanted to be compensated appropriately for his home before it was forcibly demolished. He stood his ground throwing bombs from his balcony. (Image: QTV via LiveLeak video screenshot)
According to QTV (via Google Translate), the man's home in the Laoshan District was in the way of an overpass that was to be constructed as part of a project for the 2014 World Horticultural Expo.
More than 100 law enforcement officers showed up to remove the man before the forced demolition, but he defended his home as best he could, throwing small, firework-like bombs.
These were the weapons the man used to defend his homestead. (Image: QTV via LiveLeak video screenshot)
The man directed the explosives at authorities but others in the crowd scattered as well. (Image: QTV via LiveLeak video screenshot)
The man wanted to be compensated "in accordance with the standard residential demolition," according to QTV.
Eventually, law enforcement found a friend of the man, who persuaded him to leave the property. QTV reported that his personal possessions were emptied from the home and the house was demolished.
Watch this QTV footage from the scene (via LiveLeak):