What would you do when someone owes you money and doesn’t seem to want to pay you back?
Most of the time you can’t really do anything unless you have a pre-written contract or you’re a loan shark. Which in this case, a lady who couldn’t wait for her money back had decided to one up loan sharks in general.
The We Are Malaysians Facebook page took to their timeline to showcase a Chinese lady who decided to visit the person who owed her money – with a parang. She then proceeded to use the parang to break whatever she could outside the debtor’s house.
Ok, just wait Police come to "collect" u…等警察来送你去喝咖啡…
Posted by 我们是马来西亚人 We are Malaysians on Monday, October 21, 2019
We Are Malaysians wrote, “Okays, let’s just wait for police officers to ‘collect’ you.”
In the video, amongst the breaking of the glass lamps and glass sliding doors, the lady could be heard yelling in Mandarin, “You are the one who owes me money, go ahead and make a report!”
Though what’s funny is that netizens were less alarmed at the fact that she was carrying a weapon and more impressed at her guts, suggesting that she could work for a bank.
Above all that, she does indeed remind us of a certain someone…
Either way, both parties are at fault considering the debtor should just pay up what they owe the lady, while what the lady should have refrained from resorting to criminal acts.
What do you think? What would you do in order to get back what you’re owed?
Let us know in the comment section below!
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