When police confronted a street vendor in Liuzhou City, China, for allegedly operating an illegal restaurant on the side of the street, police never expected the reaction they received from the alleged offender.
According to CCTV News, Liuzhou city police confronted the man, identified only by his surname Huang, after they received a tip that he was possibly operating an illegal restaurant on the side of the street. But when they made contact with Huang, a verbal argument between Huang, his waitresses and police quickly ensued. But instead of throwing punches, Huang kissed one of the officers on the lips — not once, but twice — in an effort to allegedly further provoke the situation.
However, the cops didn't take too kindly to Huang's actions. After the kiss, they began to beat him. Video captured of the incident shows that some of Huang's associates, presumably his hired staff, came to his defense and started to throw stools and other objects at the officers.
Later, the fight turned into a full-out brawl, after which, Huang was subdued and detained. CCTV reported that Huang was arrested for eight days for "obstructing government officials from performing their duty."
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