After splashing ink on the giant portrait of Mao Zedong, the Communist revolutionary leader, A Chinese man was imprisoned for 14 months.
After splashing ink on the giant portrait of Mao Zedong, the Communist revolutionary leader, a Chinese man was imprisoned for 14 months.
This accident happened in Beijing and soon after the occasion the 42 years old Sun Bing was caught and sent to jail.
It wasn’t the first time when this Beijing citizen behaved unacceptable in public. 6 years ago he disrupted the order by splashing the same ink at the billboard of sprawling Tiananmen Square, while at the same time the annual meeting of the country’s authorities was held.
Besides, in 2013 Sun Bing was freed after 17 months of imprisonment for being convicted of credit card fraud.
Sun Bing was caught soon after act of splashing the ink. Later he confessed in committing the crime.
It is undiscovered under what circumstances and actually why Sun made this act. However, sometimes people with different complaints and dissatisfaction have an intention to attract attention of the government that meets in the Great Hall of People on the east side of the square by doing various silly or thoughtless things, which can cause later serious problems or even lead to jail.
Black consequences of the ink attack were washed up in the same day and soon afterward the order on a square was under control. The Tiananmen Square became even more guarded than before, mostly due to the fact that the National People’s Congress was convened there.
Mao is the founder of Communist China and a pillar of the Communist Party’s rule, that’s why his portrait carries such a great political significance.