A viral video shows a girl in China begging on her knees before the woman finally returns her dropped money


A young girl was forced to beg after giving her 200 yuan (approx.

The incident is said to have happened on the street in Guangzhou, south China’s Guangdong province, over the weekend.

Video of the incident, filmed by a male bystander, shows two teenage girls confronting the woman.

“Whoever collects the money should own it,” the woman said, according to the South China Morning Post, citing Xiaoran Video News Agency.

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“It’s her money. We saw you pick it up off the street,” replies a friend of the girl.

After the woman refuses to return the money, the student gets on her knees and tearfully asks for her pocket money, which she later explained is her pocket money for the whole week.

“It’s so wrong that this old woman isn’t returning the money,” the man filming the interaction is heard saying.

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The excitement prompted pedestrians to step in and help the girl get her money back from the woman.

“We saw you picking up the money,” the filming man says to the woman. “There’s no question that you shouldn’t give it back to the girl. Even if it is 1,000 yuan, you should return it, let alone 200 yuan.”

Another passer-by suggests the girl call her parents, to which she replies, “My parents don’t live with me. This money is very useful for me.”

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She later explained that she lived with her grandmother while her parents worked in another city.

The woman finally gives in and returns the money to the pleading girl after more passers-by gather to help the student.

The clip reportedly went viral, garnering over 25 million views on Weibo and more than 5 million views on Douyin.

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Many Chinese social media users condemned the woman for her actions, with one criticizing the woman for having “no conscience”.

“If the old woman hadn’t returned the money, what would the girl have to do in such an extreme way? I can not imagine that. 200 yuan is a large sum for her. What a poor girl,” wrote one commenter.


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