A restaurant in Taiwan was attacked, in which “more than a thousand cockroaches” were used due to the confrontation of an organized crime organization.
Members of a criminal organization who attacked a restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan, on the grounds that its owner owed it, have disappeared after throwing more than a thousand cockroaches into the restaurant.
Taipei Police Director Chen Jia-Chang, who was in the restaurant at the time of the incredible attack, described the incident as an act of violence. The incident was reflected on the restaurant’s security camera.
Police arrested 5 suspects linked to the incident. Local media reported the incident with the headlines “Unprecedented attack, cockroaches used as bullets”.
There was a disagreement between the owner of the restaurant called G House Taipei in Taipei and a gang. Local media report that the restaurant owner owes the gang money.
Members of the Bamboo Union gang, who came to the restaurant on Monday night, threw more than 1,000 cockroaches in the air and escaped within seconds.
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Another factor that made the incident extraordinary was that dozens of police officers, including Taipei Police Chief Chen Jia-Chang, were at the scene during the attack.
The attack, which took place around 7:30 p.m. local time, was carried out by two gang members dressed in black. The attackers got on the scooter and lost their track.
Taipei police, who examined the surveillance footage, believe five people were involved in the attack and that a driver who was waiting in a car outside was also on the team.