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This footage was recorded by a CCTV camera on a bus in China. The dispute breaks out because of a delay, but Web users think that the attack might have been racist.
On 12 September the local TV channel HBTV aired the video of an ultra-violent attack recorded on the CCTV camera of bus route number 519, a public transport route in Wuhan, Hubei province, central China.
HBTV reported that the argument started because the bus was late, but added that the two attackers and the two girls they were with spoke with an accent from the northeast of the country. The origin of the aggressors is widely discussed on the Internet. Web users from Wuhan, upset about the event, are calling people from the northeast "animals". Others say that the bus driver voluntarily provoked the "strangers" by answering them in the Wuhan dialect.
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