Following a money-related dispute with a bridal shop, a woman took matters into her own hands by brutally cutting up 32 of the shop's wedding dresses with a pair of scissors.
The bridal shop, located in Chongqing's Jiangjin district, had refused to compensate the woman's $550 deposit, as she had reportedly made a last-minute cancellation on a $1,260 wedding package last year.
The booking was placed on April 2021, for her supposed wedding on October. However come August, she postponed the request, before demanding an ultimate cancellation on November.
As per the shop's policy of not being able to refund advanced payments, her demand was denied. Despite the refusal, they did offer to cater for her newborn's 100th day celebration, which she initially agreed upon. She was pregnant at the time of the agreement.
Apparently she then had a change of heart. On Jan. 9, she was caught storming into the shop before proceeding to cut holes on numerous white and traditional Chinese wedding dresses reportedly worth a staggering $11,000. The violence didn't last long as police were later called into the premise and she was taken into custody.
She has since expressed her remorse over the incident. According to the shop's owner, the woman's husband has made a deal on compensating the damages although he later admitted not being able to cover all.