With a Wife, and a Spare, He’d Still Used Acid on Someone Who Was Already Married and Didn’t Reciprocate His Feelings Back

We have a “specimen” of a POSSESSIVE LOSER here, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

A married man, Chu moved in with his girlfriend, Wang, but, because he was in a one-sided love with a married woman from upstairs, Tsai, Chu found, that the plumbing contractor, Lee had often frequented the apartment a floor up from his, Tsai’s place, he’d started feeling jealous; on the evening of the seventh, he’d first slashed the tires of Lee’s SUV, waited until Lee came to fix the tires, and used strong acid, sprayed it into his eyes.  The Chungshan Police subprecinct used the description of the victim, and reviewed the surveillance, and found out that it was Chu who did this, after they took him in, interrogated him, booked him based off of attempted murder, and serious injuries, along with other charges.

Chu denied having committed the crimes, stated that the surveillance was blurry, and, “That wasn’t me!”  Her husband had acid burns in his eyes, and runs the risks of becoming blind, Lee’s wife questioned, “Was it a mistake?”

The fifty-eight year-old suspect, Chu was a bulldozer operator before, and is now retired, every day, he’d watched the stock markets, and invest; Chu had separated from his wife, and shared the same apartment building with the woman, Wang, for almost twenty years.  The victim male, Lee was a contracting plumber, met Tsai on the third floor because of his work, Tsai had once referred him to someone she knew, and, because the Tsai’s house was under renovations, and, Lee took the job for that too.

At around nine in the evening of the seventh, as Lee finished discussing the details of the remodeling of Tsai’s house, he’d gone downstairs, found that the right front tires of his SUV had become deflated, he’d driven it to a garage on Chang-An East Road; as Lee went out of his car to check on the extent of the damages of his tires, he was sprayed with some sort of an acid on him, by a man in a fisher’s hat, glasses, and a face mask.  After the man sprayed the acid, he ran off quickly, and, the garage immediately called the ambulance.

As Lee was being splashed, he still had his seeing abilities, and called Tsai, and his wife, to tell them someone attacked him, but, the strong acid had spread out, as he was lifted to the MacKay Memorial Hospitals, as the doctors were dressing his wounds, it seemed that he had lost his sight completely.  Lee told the police, that he had come face-to-face with the man who sprayed the acid, “looked like Chu from downstairs.”

The police reviewed the surveillance footage of the nearby area, found that before the incident, Chu had left his home with a cap on, and, waited for an hour at the building, and, after he’d injured Lee, he’d even changed his attire, took off his hat, put on a pair of shorts.  The police arrested Chu with a search warrant, he’d insisted, “I don’t know Lee”.  The police investigated, Chu seemed to have a crush on Tsai, and, Lee and Chu would interact often, and knew one another, so they found that Chu’s statement of not knowing Lee was unbelievable.

Based off of understanding, Tsai’s resident was bought from Chu’s older brother, she’d lived with her husband, and had no other interactions with Chu, save for the neighborly sort.

That just shows how GREEDY men can get, this LOSER already HAS a wife, a WHORE on the side, and, he’s in love with the woman who lived upstairs, and, he got jealous of the man who went to fix up his upstairs neighbor’s house?  Wow, you’ve GOT to be SHITTING me here!

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