Man Meticulously Chops Up Another with Meat Cleaver on Street

Man Meticulously Chops Up Another with Meat Cleaver on Street

I presume this is the meat cleaver capital of the world that is China. The aerial view video shows a man meticulously chopping up another on a public street with a cleaver.

Later on, the video shows two corpses on the street, one of the man that was being chopped up, and another one nearby. This could be the police showing up and shooting the attacker dead. It would not have helped the victim much, though.

Props to Best Gore member @boscotkc for the video:

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66 thoughts on “Man Meticulously Chops Up Another with Meat Cleaver on Street”

  1. Muthafucka took the saying “gedto da Choppa” to another level.

    Interesting how China like to use Meat Cleavers when committing sociopath murder,and Brazil +South America like to use machetes. Russia and Middle East use more knives and swords. Mexico like to use the whole tool shed. Just the lil differences…

      1. This is murder not for survival. I see people I want to cut up into little pieces all the time. I want to gouge their eyes out of the sockets. It takes a great deal of mental strength and will power not to. This guy is just mentally weak.

  2. Yes, you can actually section these murders into countries by way of modus operandi, for example China: Meat cleavers. Brazil: jammed guns. India: mexico etc etc…one section for suicide methods another for murder methods.
    But there would be a close second guess with all of them, for example this is China but may also be London. In most cases they could be anywhere in the world with the close second being London, the liberal, muslim ass licking immigrant shit hole of the world

    1. Amen. For everybody not familiar with England, there is England, and there is London.

      They are immensely different.

      This happen in woolwich England,coincidently, no second guess what city that’s in.

  3. I vaguely remember a programme where so called “Psychologists” had to guess someone’s career after a brief introduction. The psychologists always got it wrong and the programme was shelved after one show. Anyway this case would be easy even for them. I’m guessing he’s a chef. That meticulous chopping action clinched it for me. I could be wrong though.

  4. That’s one of the strengths of us Asians. When we do something, we are very passionate about it, and we make sure that the job is well done. That’s why the guy was really going about it with chopping up the guy’s head. Even us Asians are scared of being attacked by those big meat cleavers. That’s why we never talk bad about the chef, or make fun of him even if the food is really bad. They have access to those big cleavers, and know how to use them! Growing up, we’ve read more than our share of poor saps being killed by cleavers.

  5. Making an appetizing menu at home can be a chore if your primary weapon is the can opener.

    End such boredom by learning how to mince with Vince Shlomi.

    ‘You love salad, but you hate making it.’

    ‘You know you hate making salad. That’s why you don’t have any salad in your diet.’

    ‘With its chopper-shaped chopping blade, the Slap Chop creates its own wows, slicing all sorts of food without a messy cleanup.’

    This tuna? Looks boring. Stop having a boring tuna. Stop having a boring life.’

    ‘Fettuccine, linguine, martini, bikini!’

    Apologies to Time Inc.

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