Woman Handcuffed And Taken Away By Paramedics After Epic Meltdown From Being Dumped Via Text
We’ve all had harsh breakups before. But when it happens to you how do you deal with all of the shock and pain? Throw an insane tantrum in a public place and roll around in dirt right? Yeah, me too. Looks like this charming woman does the same also.
This woman suffers a hysterical metldown (I mean “hysterical” in both the frenzied uncontrollable emotions meaning as well as the extremely funny meaning) after her boyfriend breaks up with her via text. And judging by her drastic and bizarre reaction, I think he made the right call in ending the relationship by phone.
Apparently the woman, who is 24-years-old and from Hong Kong, said she has known her boyfriend for 26 years. In her defense, I guess if I knew a chick for two years before I was even on this planet, and she broke up with me, I would be pretty down in the dumps too.
The distressed woman is so overwhelmed by emotions that she has an outburst for the ages. She begins screaming, then throws herself on the ground and does everything from somersaults and shit to yoga poses to a whole calisthenics workout. She even displays her provocative flexibility, which is what must have kept the man with her crazy ass for this long.
She remained on the ground for over an hour until police and paramedics arrived on the scene. They had to handcuff her as well as strap her into the gurney to restrain her.
Bitch, calm your tits. There are waaaaay, waaaaay more men than women in China. In fact, there will be approximately 30 million more adult men than women by 2020. By 2030, projections suggest that more than 25 percent of Chinese men in their late 30s will never have married. These are fantastic stats for you to take a deep breath, come to your senses and realize that the odds will forever be in your favor.
On the bright side, her boyfriend must slang that good, good dick.
Based on this very small sample size (Two of the 3.8 million women in Hong Kong), it seems like women in Hong Kong don’t deal with adversity very well. It was only a month ago, that another woman in Hong Kong had an epic breakdown after her phone died on a subway train.