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Man detained for harassing online clothing seller
    2019-07-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

SHENZHEN police Tuesday detained a suspect who allegedly had harassed and sent life-threatening messages to a woman in Jinan City, Shandong Province, through an online used goods trading platform, according to sznews.com.

The woman, identified as Jia, is the mother of a child model and had been selling her daughter’s outgrown clothes on the platform called Xianyu for two years.

According to Jia, as her daughter was good-looking, she would occasionally post some photos of her daughter in the clothes to attract buyers. Although Jia’s business was thriving, she admitted that she would often receive disgusting and abusive comments or messages. One buyer even asked Jia whether she would sell her daughter’s worn underwear.

Jia said she usually chooses to block the harassers. However, one harasser started to send her obscene messages in early July and continued even after Jia had blocked him. The harasser kept sending indecent messages to Jia through several different accounts, describing various ways he would torture her daughter and even sending her a picture of him kissing a photo of her daughter.

After receiving many life-threatening messages from the harasser, Jia filed a complaint to the platform and made a report to the local police. On Tuesday afternoon, Shenzhen police announced that the suspect had been caught.

The suspect, aged 27, confessed that he had verbally abused and harassed people many times on the Internet. The case is under further investigation.

According to a lawyer named Ma Fei, a harasser may be detained between five and 10 days and fined 500 yuan (US$72.8) if found writing threatening messages or threatening others’ personal safety by other means. (Liu Wenjin)

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