Singing karaoke is one of the healthiest ways to reduce stress. However, if you’re not that great at singing, perhaps you want to do it more discreetly (or around really close friends!).
Case in point, these two young men were beaten up just because their singing was deemed annoying by others. This incident took place at a karaoke lounge in Heilongjiang, China just recently (May 2019), as reported by Oriental Daily.
During the time of the incident, the duo was chilling in the lounge. Not long after, one of them got up and sang out loud to the karaoke machine. Suddenly, a stranger went up to him and pointed out that his singing was unbearable and even made some provocative gestures. However, no physical confrontation was recorded at that time as the stranger exited the lounge after that.
Feeling challenged, the duo followed the man and were met with a group of people outside the lounge. A brawl soon broke out and as expected, the outnumbered duo was beaten to the ground by five men. The attackers only stopped after two minutes and went on their way.
The police were alerted and all the suspects were nabbed before being brought back to the station.
“Honestly if they didn’t come out (from the lounge), we would’ve been on our way,” one of the suspects said, adding that he didn’t expect the duo to follow him since he was with another four men at that time.
Needless to say, this incident went viral online and some cheeky netizens pointed out that this news reminded them of a scene from Shaolin Soccer.
For the victims, they only suffered light injuries from the beatings and the suspects are being probed for their crime.
Know anyone who loves singing K but has a questionable singing ability? Share this article with them!
31% Malaysians Feel Lonely Ever Since the Pandemic Started
A newly-released Snapchat Friendship Report found that 31% of Malaysians felt lonely ever since the pandemic started. As COVID-19 cases...
Hawker Stall Owner Fined RM1,000 While Going Back To His House Within The Same District
A hawker stall owner who was on the way home in the evening encountered a roadblock and was fined RM1,000...
Grandma Dies in Car Crash at Jalan Loke Yew, 9yo Grandson Survives
Its instances like these that make us wonder about how fragile life is and we should always appreciate our loved...
Health D-G: “Our recommendation is not to have an election”
In KKM’s live daily press conference yesterday (27 October), Health Director-General, Dr Noor Hisham said that the Ministry of Health...
MOH: 30% Of Covid-19 Clusters in Malaysia Are Connected To Infections In The Workplace
The third wave of Covid-19 in Malaysia is the worst one yet as the infection is now within the community....
Social Stories6 hours ago
“I’m going to be a father soon” M’sian Dies In Hit & Run, Family Appeals For Dashcam Footage
Social Stories23 hours ago
“Can this be used for dogs?” Msian Shocked To See Netizens Buying Poison Online To Kill Dogs & Other Animals
Social Stories23 hours ago
Watch: Car Pays For Toll On West Coast Highway But Gets Stuck After Motorcyclist Exits Lane
News24 hours ago
Defence Minister: EMCO Will Be Enforced In Plaza Hentian Kajang & Flat Sg Emas