Chinese storekeeper arrested for knife attack on boss in southern Vietnam

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Li Neo You (C) was arrested over allegations of attacking his boss on April 12, 2016. Photo credit: VnExpress Li Neo You (C) was arrested over allegations of attacking his boss on April 12, 2016. Photo credit: VnExpress

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The Binh Duong police Tuesday arrested a Chinese storekeeper for allegedly attacking the chairman of his company over a dispute at work.
They identified him as Li Me You of Kingmaker Company, a Taiwanese shoe manufacturer based in the Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park in Binh Duong Province near Ho Chi Minh City.
The incident happened at around 9 a.m. when the company’s Taiwanese chairman, Chen Ming Hsiung, accused You of stealing stuff. He whipped out a knife and attacked the 63-year-old Taiwanese boss and two others - chief accountant Liu Su Ching, 63 and 58-year-old Chang Tao Chen, a senior mechanical maintenance technician.
You was overpowered by the company’s security guards before being handed over to the local police.
But the three were injured and taken to the hospital, including the chairman with a serious injury in her head.

 

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